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Your spotlight on local services

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info@healthwatchkingston.org.uk

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Kingston Services for People with Learning or Physical Disabilities

FAST MINDS - a group of people dedicating time to helping you understand ADHD and how it is managed. Run support groups, informal and formal presentations and coaching sessions. Have a weekly group in Kingston Quaker Centre on Thursdays 10.30am - 12.30pm. Email info@adhdkingston.co.uk

Kingston Advice Centre - Information and advice giving charity for a range of topics for the local community

Kingston Carer’s Network (KCN) - support over 2,500 adult carers and over 600 young carers in Kingston through a wide range of services.

Kingston Centre for Independent Living (KCIL) - provides a range of services to ensure that disabled people who live, work or study in Kingston are able to lead independent lives. Also provide disability-related advice and information to other interested individuals or organisations.

Kingston Mencap - supports adults with a learning disability, and their families and carers. Kingson Mencap run 4 clubs and projects: Future Friends (for ages 19-35), Seekers (18 +), a Saturday drop-in, and a monthly Carers' group as well as other social activities.  

Kingston Voluntary Action’s Directory - Information about voluntary and community organisations registered with Kingston Voluntary Action.

POhWER - Independent Health Complaints Advocacy for people who wish to make a complaint about treatment provided under the NHS. 

RISE (Recovery Initiative Social Enterprise) - RISE is a social enterprise, community interest company, but first and foremost, it is a community. They hold a weekly Community Cafe - open to all which provides free food & drinks, games, poetry and more - every Wednesday 1pm to 4pm in the Kingston Quaker Centre.

SEND Family Voices (SFV) - bring people together into a community to improve services, share support and strengthen a common voice. By ensuring families are heard, SFV empower children, young people, and their families to obtain the best possible care and services.

Staywell - Offer a range of services and projects, both centre-based and in the community, designed to support people's independence and help them stay well.

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Kingston Quaker Centre 

Fairfield East
Kingston
Surrey
KT1 2PT
Healthwatch Kingston upon Thames is managed by the charitable company 'Healthwatch Kingston upon Thames', registered charity no. 1159377, company registered in England and Wales no. 08429159