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Age UK Kensington and Chelsea

Age UK Kensington and Chelsea make sure that older people's voices are heard, needs are met and their independence supported.

Services include:

Information and Advice which helps with: welfare and benefits, health and disabilities, form filling and care, family and housing needs. They also provide you with any other general information you might need.

Contact AUKC's information and advice team on 0208 969 9105 if you would like help on any of the above issues.

Their Home Service includes: washing, bathing and nailcutting, simple hairdressing, meal preparation, washing, cleaning and more. 

Please visit AUKC's website to find out more about their home care services or contact them directly on 0208 969 9105.

Health and Wellbeing:

AUKC have a Dementia service that includes: trips and outings, men's groups, exercises for the mind and more. These activities are specifically for people with dementia. They also provide one-one support for people with dementia.

Please visit AUKC's website for more information about their dementia services or contact them directly on 0208 969 9105.



1 Thorpe Close, North Kensington, London, W10 5XL
Tel: 020 8969 9105 (main office)
Opening times:
Opening Times: Mon - Fri, 9.30am - 1:00pm & 2pm - 5:30pm
Who is it for:
Older people over 55
Disabled access:
Wheelchair access

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