Here you will find the links to other organisations that support carers.
A national Charity supporting 6.5 million carers in the UK
|Carers Trust Thames
Carers Trust Thames employs Care Support Workers. These fully trained professionals are placed in clients homes to take over the carer’s duties for short periods, allowing them time to take a break
Carers UK are at the forefront of the carers’ campaigns, bringing carers together to have a voice and deliver lasting change.
|London Borough of Hillingdon
The Care Act 2014 and Children and Families Act 2014 has set out to improve services and support, especially for carers.
|Connect to Support Hillingdon
Connecting you to care and support services in Hillingdon
Healthwatch Hillingdon is a health and social care watchdog run by and for local people. It is independent of the NHS and the local Council.
|Age UK Hillingdon
Age UK are many things to older people - a source of advice, information, companionship and support.
Hillingdon's leading dementia support charity, for anyone affected by any form of dementia in the borough.
|DASH (Disablement Association Hillingdon)
DASH strives to empower, inspire and motivate disabled people of any age to reach their full potential every day and in every situation.
|HCIL (Hillingdon Centre for Independent Living)
Our friendly team of highly trained staff and volunteers have a range of expertise on a huge amount of products and services that will make your life easier and safer.
Harlington Hospice is a community hospice providing services for people at the end of their lives and supporting families suffering from bereavement and loss.
|Arch (Addiction, Recovery, Community, Hillingdon)
Arch is a new integrated treatment system for all drug and alcohol users in Hillingdon. It is a partnership between Blenheim, CNWL, WDP and BoB offering a range of services
|HACS (Hillingdon Autistic Care and Support)
HACS is local charity based in the London borough of Hillingdon for children and young people on the autism spectrum
Hillingdon Mind believes that life experience and the environment we live in play a major part in influencing our mental health.
|MS Society (Multiple Sclerosis Society)
MS can be tough to deal with, especially when you've just been diagnosed. But you're not alone.
If you have Parkinson's, or you know someone who has, you probably have a lot of questions and some worries.
Supporting stroke survivors whose communication has been affected by their stroke to develop new strategies to aid their communication.