From 7th January 2021 – Serving our Members via Door Step, Home Visit & Virtual Services – click here for further information

“Thank you for visiting me and keeping me company.” – David

Blog Post

Adapting to the New Now

– 4th November 2020
Adapting to the New Now

Dear Stakeholders,

I hope that you and your family remain well.

Due to recent update from the Prime Minister, we will be closing internal services from 5th November. In July, we made the decision to reopen our doors (bricks), to reduce isolation and support members’ wellbeing.
We are now adapting to the New Now, always putting people first and transforming lives. With that in mind, from 9th November we will provide the following: door step, home visit and virtual services. This will take effect throughout November and December. My belief is that when life gives you lemons, don’t suck it, make lemonade. We hope to resume services at base on 4th January 2021. Please see below our business continuity plan:

Door Step Services

Door Step Buddying Weekly
Freshly Cooked Lunch Contributions welcome
Grocery Shopping Weekly
Prescription Collection Weekly


Home Visits

Essential Home Visit As required
Tech Training  

Virtual (Clicks)

Advice & Advocacy Monday to Thursday
Befriending Once or Twice Weekly
Children & Young People Zoom & Base (bricks)
Facebook Live Event Every Thursday at 4pm
Newsletter & Talking News Weekly/Monthly
Social Groups/Personal Development Weekly
Talking Therapies Weekly


Thanks for your understanding, keep safe – this too shall pass!

Susanette Mansour – CEO, Croydon Vision

Nov 5, 2020

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