Staywell is the new name for Age Concern Kingston upon Thames.Find out why we've made this change
We offer a range of services to help you stay well and independent in your own home.Find out more
We're always looking to recruit great people. We understand that 9-5 isn't for everyone - flexible, varied and satisfying work opportunities available.Great new opportunities - find out more.
Our modern and welcoming centres in Kingston and New Malden are great places to make new friends. Activities to suit all tastes.Find out more
Varied opportunities for volunteers over the summer period.Get in touch to find out more!
Quality used and recycled furniture, reasonably priced and available for delivery throughout Surrey.Find out more about the Community Furniture service.
Our expert staff can provide information and advice on any issue of concern and can visit you at home if necessary.
If you want information, advice or help on behalf of a relative or friend, or someone you care for, or you are a professional and wish to make a referral, our First Contact telephone advice line is the best place to start.
Find out more about any of our services.Send us a message
Call our First Contact advice line Monday to Friday from 9.30am to 4.30pm.
Charles Lesser House
12:00pm to 2:00pm
Wed 7 January 2015
Staywell is encouraging older people to take up benefits they are entitled to. Last month Staywell’s Information, Advice and Advocacy service helped people claim over £100,000 of benefits, bringing the total achieved over the last year to £613,946 - an average of about £3,000 extra income per year for each person helped. - November 28, 2014