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We are a privately owned domiciliary care company based in Merton. We provide domiciliary care in the South West London area.We provide personalised care and support in the comfort of your own home, giving you the choice and empowerment to remain independent in your own…
A website providing information and advice relating to funeral costs, arranging a funeral, how to cope with grief and all the legal requirements following a death.
Free and confidential emotional support is provided to anyone who is affected by the loss of a pet. A range of literature is available to download.
A care provider with offices throughout the UK. Individual care plans may include help with getting up and/or going to bed, meal preparation, personal hygiene, shopping, washing and ironing, etc. Short term, post operative and long term care provided.
The Bond Hotel is a family-run accessible hotel catering for guests with learning, mental and physical disabilities for over 20 years. The Bond Hotel caters for all manner of disabilities and is situated close to the heart of Blackpool with its many wonderful attractions.
29 flats (1 and 2 bedroom) for purchase and for people aged over 60. Non-resident management staff (part time) and Careline alarm service.
Brandon Trust is a charity supporting adults and children with learning disabilities and autism.
A newly registered homecare agency based in Morden.
020 8648 9525
The BDA is the largest deaf organisation in the UK run by deaf people. The aim of the BDA is to develop greater understanding in the country as a whole of what deafness means, and to raise money to finance its community development and campaigning…
BILD is a national charity committed to improving the lives of people in the UK with a learning disability by enabling them to take charge of their lives and become part of an inclusive society. They offer training for parents and professionals, publish booklets and leaflets…