Richmond AID is the largest advice provider for disabled people in the borough of Richmond. We provide advice to people of all ages and impairments by phone, email or face to face. We have a number of advice projects for disabled people and their carers including: Advice Service – we… Continue Reading Richmond AID (Advice and Information on Disability)
See also online resources for more places to find advice
Richmond Carers Centre is a local charity supporting unpaid adult and young carers living in or caring for someone living in the London Borough of Richmond upon Thames. We offer free, confidential advice and support.
We support unpaid carers.
Richmond Carers Centre contract manages the Richmond Carers Hub Service, a group of nine charities providing a range of support services to unpaid carers in London Borough of Richmond upon Thames.
Specific advice services provided:
Confidential information, advice and emotional support can be offered free of charge to all carers over the telephone or in person at the centre. The advice offered covers many topics from navigating Adult and Community Services to managing a care situation and carers’ health and well-being. For advice on matters such as finances or housing we can signpost to the correct associated person/agency.
- Young Carers and Sibling Young carers (aged 5-18)
- Young Adult Carers (aged 18-25)
- Parent Carers of children under 18
- Adult Carers (aged over 25)
- Carers of people with Dementia
- Carers of people with learning disabilities
- Carers of people with physical disabilities
- Carers of people with drug or alcohol addictions
- Carers of people with long term health conditions
-Condition-focussed support groups through Richmond Carers Hub ServiceOpening Hours: Our Carers Support Line is open Monday to Thursday 10am to 3pm but we also operate a 24 hour answerphone service so that carers can leave a message and someone from the support team will return their call.