There are over 29,000 carers in Richmond and Kingston upon Thames. We support these carers and their families, helping them make a life of their own outside caring. We provide the specialist, quality care, that gives carers the peace of mind to let someone else step into their shoes.
We provide respite support: our skilled and dedicated staff take on the role of caring whilst the carer takes a break. Our carers support in the home and out in the community and importantly, we support in whatever way the family need.
We also run a number of much needed community-based projects, for example:
The Saturday Club, for children with special needs and young carers – giving parent carers time off and young people time just for themselves;
View the Saturday Club page
Dementia Caring Café
The Dementia Caring Café for people living with dementia and their carer – giving a place to meet others in similar circumstances (in partnership with the Alzheimer’s Society);
View the Dementia Caring Café page
Carers Drop in
Our Carers Drop In, a monthly drop in sessions for carers, offering support and advice.
View the Carers Drop In page
More information about these and our other services are found within this website. To find out how we can provide the support you need, please do contact us directly.Contact us
Crossroads Care Richmond and Kingston-Upon-Thames has been delivering services since 1987 and are the leading local provider of support for carers and the people they care for. As an organisation we constantly seek innovative ways to support, providing services that really are needed, by our highly trained and dedicated team. We are affiliated to the national network of Carers Trust. If you’d like to become part of the team or to donate we are also very keen to hear from you.