The Croydon Dementia Action Alliance wants more people in the borough to become a Dementia Friend and learn more about how we can all help to create dementia-friendly communities.
Croydon’s Autism Partnership Board is seeking new members from the borough’s autistic community for a four year period commencing 6 May 2022.
Parents and carers who receive free NHS Healthy Start paper vouchers to buy fruit, vegetables and vitamins for their families need to apply for the scheme’s new digital card before 31 March.
Pregnant women and parents in Croydon can now more easily access their child’s health records with the new online e-Redbook.
Mayor of London puts a spotlight on Croydon's work to make the borough inclusive for its 3,600 residents living with dementia.
Free films at Croydon’s David Lean Cinema organised for people living with dementia and a family member or carer who accompanies them.
From preconception to age two, every aspect of a child’s world is already shaping their adult life.
A new joint strategy to improve support for the borough’s carers has been developed by Croydon Council, the local NHS, residents and community groups.
Inspectors have rated as “outstanding” a Croydon Council-run service that helps adults with learning disabilities, mental health problems and other support needs.
The Croydon Shared Lives scheme, which places vulnerable adults in the homes of specialist carers for […]