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Elder Live-in Care

Elder is a leading UK live-in care provider that connects those in need of 24-hour care with vetted professional carers in Merton and the surrounding areas. We provide dementia care, overnight care and care for all types of chronic illness that require full-time support. Elder…

Electric Cars and Accessibility: What Drivers with Disabilities Need to Know

Teh link below takes you to an in-depth guide that aims to show the pros and cons of getting behind the wheel of an electric model while having a disability, and what changes are being made to make driving EVs more accessible for all. The…

Embrace Age - Wimbledon Guild support group

Growing older can affect us in different ways.  Embrace Age is for Merton residents aged over 60 years who are experiencing stress, anxiety, loneliness or depression often associated with aging.  The group has been set up to provide a place where they can confidentially discuss…

Employment Opportunities - CareTrade Charitable Trust

This service is part of the Local Offer
To provide Employment Support to young adults with autism living in London. To increase opportunities for work experience, develop employability skills, apply for jobs and succeed in employment. How is this provided? - A series of 8 workshops focusing on developing employability skills- 1:1 sessions…

The Energy Saving Trust

Energy Saving Trust Foundation leads the way in transforming how people think about energy and developing new research to identify opportunities for energy efficiency interventions across communities. Energy Saving Trust helps people to save energy every day.
Telephone 0300 123 1234 (Advice Service) Telephone 020 7222 0101 (Head Office)

Enterprise Care Support & Day Centre

A private home care agency supplying personal care, meal preparation, day and night sitting services to name but a few. Enterprise also run a specialist day centre for Asian older people.  Our day centre helps older people to live independently in their own homes or with family for…

Epilepsy Action

Epilepsy Action is the UK’s leading epilepsy organisation and exists to improve the lives of everyone affected by the condition.  Advice and information is provided on line, in print and directly through the epilepsy Helpline. 
Telephone 0808 800 5050 (HELPLINE) Telephone 0753 741 0044 (Text Messages)

Epilepsy Society

Epilepsy Society is the UK’s leading provider of epilepsy services. A comprehensive range of information resources are on offer and their Helpline gives callers confidential emotional support.
Telephone 01494 601400 (Helpline) Telephone 01494 601300 (Enquiries)

Epsom Hospital

Part of the Epsom & St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, services include, amongst others, cancer, stroke, immunology, sexual health, allergy, women’s health services and dermatology. St Helier Hospital is also home to the South West Thames Renal and Transplantation Unit and the Queen Mary's…
Telephone 01372 735 735

Ethnic Minority Centre

EMC provides advice and information for BAME communities on health and mental health wellbeing and welfare. EMC provides domestic violence support, housing, unemployment and immigration referrals. The centre also offers exercise, art and music session and different activities EMC’s projects take place in public buildings such as libraries and community…
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