Crossroad Care Richmond & Kingston
Crossroads Care Richmond & Kingston has been providing high-quality, bespoke and
flexible home and community respite care support services to Carers and the people they care for, of all ages and disability, including behavioural, emotional and/or medical needs, as well as dementia care and palliative care, for over 35 years.
Community Services include the Caring Café for carers and those living with dementia and a Saturday Club for children/young carers aged 8-18 years old with Special Educational Needs and disabilities.
Programme for carers
Crossroads Care Richmond & Kingston's community projects/services include:
- Saturday Club: 8-18 year olds (inc Young Carers) with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Saturdays, 2-5pm during term-time, Hampton
- Carers Café (Hampton Hill): for Carers and ex-Carers. Now every Thursday, 12.30-2.30pm
- Caring Café (Sheen): for Carers caring for people with dementia. First and third Saturdays of the
month, 11am-3.30pm, Sheen Lane Day Centre
- Carers' Book Club: social groups for Carers. Held monthly, various locations
- Men Who Care/Dads Who Care: social groups for male Carers. Held monthly, various locations
- Specialist Sessions: Information and practical workshops for Carers
- Therapies: includes stress-release massage treatments for Carers at home or at its Therapy
- 16+ Group: this groups supports 16-21 year olds with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities. Every Saturday, 1-2pm, during term-time.
- Specialist Mentoring Project: for young people with complex needs, focusing on holistic, preventative and sustainable support interventions – working with the family as a whole.
- Peer Support Project: tailored individual support: for Carers and/or the people they care for with mental health conditions.