NHS Choices guide to Care Homes and Support advice includes:
The Diagnostic Memory Clinic's (DMC) goal is initial assessment and diagnosis of dementia and cognitive impairment in people of all ages, although most service users are aged over 65.
Victim Support in North London provide emotional and practical help to people who have been affected by crime for people living or working in the City of London.
The Disabled Children's Register is the register of children and young people (birth to 19 years) living in the City of London who have special needs and disabilities (SEND).
The Medical Centre is for people who are street homeless or those in temporary or hostel accommodation in the Borough of Tower Hamlets and E1. They offer a wide range of services including: Home Vi
If you can't find somewhere to live in the City and you need more advice and help, please visit the Homelessness Officer at the Guildhall. You are advised to book an appointment in advance.
It can be a struggle to provide heat throughout the home and budget for gas and electricity costs.
Do you have a cyberbullying or digital safety concern?
Routes Home is a new service to support non-UK nationals that sleep rough in London.
A free confidential advice service for anyone who works, lives or studies in the City of London Square Mile. Help with a range of everyday problems:
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