we offer a range of services – from grants and training to housing and social events – to Scots and children of Scots living within 35 miles of Charing Cross.
SDA is as a user led organisation that promotes the health and wellbeing of Deaf and Disabled People by ensuring that as Deaf and Disabled People we have access to society as a whole, are socially included, feel safe and have the right to be full and active members of the communities we live in through choice and self-determination.
Working with the community, we provide space for people to learn, eat and enjoy life together, and take collective action on local issues.
Community activities and assistance with people facing poverty
Food delivery, sport activities and befriending
Provides fortnightly home visits for people with visual impairments, for help opening post etc. Offer telephone befriending and supply some audio equipment
We are an essential healthcare provider, that remains open for all optical requirements.
Provide equipment with people with significant non-correctable sight loss in both eyes and/or permanent hearing loss.
Sight loss: canes, watches and clocks
specialist lighting, assistive technology, kitchen and bathroom gadgets Hearing loss: adapted telephones, flashing doorbells, smoke alarms etc
Afghanistan and Central Asian Association provides support, skills and knowledge to help communities live and prosper in the UK.
Support, information and signposting for Black Minority Ethnic and refugee women and their children. Includes welfare rights, housing, immigration, domestic violence, health, educational opportunities and training. Interpreting service. CV preparation and help with gaining employment. Parenting support. Health and fitness class, with creche. Sewing class Thursday 10am-12 noon.Guided Healthy Walks 1030-11.30 am.