Local support for benefit advice
SDA is as a user led organisation that promotes the health and wellbeing of Deaf and Disabled People by ensuring that as Deaf and Disabled People we have access to society as a whole, are socially included, feel safe and have the right to be full and active members of the communities we live in through choice and self-determination.
Whether it’s through our services, projects, information, English classes, training, advice, advocacy, volunteering opportunities, or social and cultural events, our mission is to improve the quality of life for our users.
Providing support services to older Irish people living in the community
as well as drop-in day services and advice and information services
Support, information and signposting for Black Minority Ethnic and refugee women and their children. Includes welfare rights, housing, immigration, domestic violence, health, educational opportunities and training. Interpreting service. CV preparation and help with gaining employment. Parenting support. Health and fitness class, with creche. Sewing class Thursday 10am-12 noon.Guided Healthy Walks 1030-11.30 am.
Information and advice on debt, housing and general enquiries
Activities and support for people living on the Aylesbury estate
Information, advice and guidance for Southwark residents aged over 50 on: Benefits, debt, housing, consumer issues, transport and energy costs
Welfare benefits (checks and applications) Welfare benefits (checks and applications)Housing issues,Community care,Utilities and consumer issues,Accessing transport,Signposting and identifying suitable support on legal matters, debt and immigration issues (cannot help with these matters directly).