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Wandsworth Carers' Centre (Balham Office) - Coronavirus

We have now cancelled all face to face activities (groups, workshops, booked appointments and drop-ins) until the end of May 2020, when we will review the situation. We are still open and will continue to deliver support over the phone and email wherever…

Wandsworth Carers' Centre (Wandsworth Office) - Coronavirus

We have now cancelled all face to face activities (groups, workshops, booked appointments and drop-ins) until the end of May 2020, when we will review the situation. We are still open and will continue to deliver support over the phone and email wherever possible. We…

Wandsworth Children's Continuing Care Team (WCCCT)

The Wandsworth Children Continuing Care Team (WCCCT) is a flexible, culturally sensitive, home-based care service for children and young people with a life-limiting illness, supporting them and their families.This service is for Wandsworth residents.The service provides:

Wandsworth Safeguarding Children Partnership

The Wandsworth Safeguarding Children Partnership works to keep children safe, protect and promote their welfare across the Wandsworth area. This service's website is a resource for children and young people, providing information, advice and support on a range of issues, including: …

Wardley Street Respite Service

Wardley Street is a respite service managed by Certitude. Certitude provides personalised support for adults in Wandsworth with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs.  Wardley Street is: a newly decorated two floor, modern property; and …

WaterSure Plus Scheme from Thames Water

If you are eligible for Watersure Plus, you will receive a 50% reduction to your future charges from the date we receive your application. So send it to us straight away.  Thames Water understand that paying bills can be a worry, particularly if you…

What do Carers want? DCR and WAND Parent/Carer Survey 2017

The survey highlights a need for more support for parent carers, not least in making sure they have practical information about sources of support to help them in their role.  You can read the full survey report, attached below, and, or the "Highlights" version also…

Young People as Carers

A young carer is someone up to the age of 18 who cares for a family member or friend with an illness, disability, mental health condition or addiction without being paid. A young adult carer is an unpaid carer who is aged up to 25 years…