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Croydon Neighbourhood Care Association (CNCA)

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Croydon Neighbourhood Care is an umbrella organisation for neighbourhood care across the London Borough of Croydon. Working to meet the needs of isolated, vulnerable and frail people within the borough, we support local neighbourhood care organisations (member groups) in bringing services and advice to vulnerable adults within Croydon.

Our member groups are independent and offer a wide range of practical assistance and care to residents in their area. Some work  with people in their own home, some run day centres and lunch clubs. All link volunteers, who want to help with other local residents in need of assistance, with the aim of reducing isolation and need in the community. None of the groups provide personal care services.

Central Hall, Davidson Lodge, Freemasons Road, Croydon, Surrey, CR0 6PD
Umbrella org:
Area serviced:
Contact name:
Kim McIntosh / Richard Bialous
Job title:
Business Support Officers
020 8662 1000
Opening times:
9.30am - 4.30pm Monday to Thursday
Who is it for:
Older people and adults with disabilities
English. Interpreting may be provided if required
Disabled access:
64, 119, 194,197, 312, 367, 410
East Croydon

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Day Centres enable older people to remain in the community by maintaining or improving the quality of life of the older person - or their carer - through social contact and therapeutic activities. Specialist day centre providing a service to those over 65 with mild to moderate dementia 3 days per week and those under 65 with dementia 2 days per week. You should contact Croydon Council, Social Services for Adults for a full care needs assessment.

Please also see Age Concern's factsheets for further information:
FS41 - Local authority assessment for community care services.
FS46 - Paying for care and support at home.

You may also be entitled to a disability benefit, please see:
FS34 - Attendance Allowance and Disability Living Allowance.

Factsheets are available from the freephone information line; 0800 00 99 66.

Entertainment and outings are provided by a number of clubs and organisations within Croydon and the surrounding areas.These can be easily accessed and more information can be obtained by contacting AGE UK or by calling the groups personally.
You can acquire any equipment needed to your home by approaching various companies or through Social Services.This equipment can be loaned and will have to be returned once the agreement has finished.
There are many different exercise classes available for the over 50's in the local area.These are easily accessible and other classes such as yoga and Tai-Chi can also be benefitial.
Lunch Clubs are available to elderly people where they can eat a cut price healthy meal aswell as socialise with other people who attend,who may feel isolated and in need of company.Other activities may also take place at these clubs,so look further to find any local clubs of interest.
If you cannot afford to pay for your journey to a hospital or clinic for NHS-funded treatment, you may be able to claim back your travel costs under the Healthcare Travel Costs Scheme. Some local volunteer groups can offer help with transport/lifts
Volunteer for a community project. Help to improve your local area and the lives of local people by volunteering your time to work on community-based projects. Donating just a few hours each week can make a real difference within your local area.