Qualified Counsellor based in Croydon, Surrey, offering
competitively priced online, face to face and corporate
your guide to health services in Croydon. It explains
the different organisations that exist and the services
that are available to you and your family and where to
go for further information.
NHS Primary Care Trust
The teenage pregnancy and sexual health advice and resource
site from the Croydon NHS Primary Care Trust. The site
contains information and advice on all aspects of sexual
health and pregnancy with links to other specialist sites.
This is DisabledGo: designed to transform and empower
the choices and life-opportunities for wheelchair-users,
disabled walkers, vision impaired and hearing impaired
people, their carers, family and friends. Every
public venue and business listed has been assessed by
our independent researchers to ensure complete accuracy
Care Homes, nursing care homes & residential care
It's Croydon's hospital. Love it or loathe it, it's
the best we've got. Unless you've got ideas on how
to make it better. Have a look at their site and
then tell us what you think in the discussion groups.
To provide and develop a range of services for children
and adults with autistic spectrum disorder which are specialised,
innovative, of high quality and well resourced; and continually
seek to improve and provide models of good practice which
are internationally recognised.
- Local services search
If you’re looking for an Osteopath, Chiropodist or Physiotherapist
you’ll find our highly trained and friendly clinicians
just what you and your body are looking for.
Homes Croydon; Care Homes
bettercaring.co.uk has provided a searchable directory
of nursing homes in croydon. Information is also provided
on the types of care provided, costs and bed availability.
a national charity dedicated to promoting and encouraging
the coming together, on equal terms, of disabled and non-disabled
people to achieve an integrated and inclusive society.
The Royal Marsden is the UK's leading comprehensive cancer
centre and is recognised worldwide for the quality of
London and Maudsley NHS Trust
part of SANDS, a national self-help organisation which
has been registered as a charity since 1981 (Registration
number 299679). All the people involved in the network
are volunteers and their purpose is to befriend and support
bereaved parents and their families, who have experienced
a stillbirth or neonatal death.