Disabled People

Disabled Living Foundation
Address: 4th Floor, Jessica House, Red Lioin Square, 191 Wandsworth High Street, London, SW18 4LS
Tel: 020 7289 6111 
Help line: 0300 999 0004
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Website: www.dlf.org.uk 
Opening hours: Monday to Friday 9am - 5pm

Services offered: 

  • Wide range of equipment 
  • A vibrant forum of support and help
  • Loan library
  • Free advice and information on daily living equipment
  • Phone and email away if you need help
  • Demonstation Centre
  • Services for parents of disabled children

 
Wandsworth & Westminster Mind
Address: 3rd Floor, Radstock House, 5 Eccleston Street, SW1W 9LX
Tel: 020 7259 8100 for Information and Advice
Tel: 020 7259 8133 for Befriending 
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Website: http://www.wwmind.org.uk/

Services offered: 

  • Talking therapies and wellbeing services
  • Supported housing
  • Wellbeing hubs and peer support
  • Community support and befriending
  • Portugal prints
  • Support for volunteering

 
Westminster Learning Disability Partnership 
Address: Care first, 2nd floor 215 Lisson Grove London, NW8 8LF 
Tel: 020 7641 7411 
Fax number: 020 7641 7429/6623 
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Services offered: 

  • Advice provision on knowing your rights
  • Money management advice and assessments
  • Housing support and options
  • Benefit advice and support
  • Access to employment
  • Access to college
  • Physical and Mental health support
  • Lifestyle planning
  • Access to transport
  • Access to leisure activities 


Community Outreach RehabilitationTeam
Address: Community Mental Health Team 7A Woodfield Road London W9 2NW 
Tel: 020 7266 9500 

Services offered: 

  • Assessing, treating and reviewing symptoms
  • Taking optimistic views about recovery-focused interventions
  • Providing support and intervention for family and carers
  • Assessing social care needs and providing social care services through personalised budgets
  • Working in partnership with a range of statutory and non-statutory services

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