Joan Bicknell Centre
Telephone: 020 8812 7000
Fax: 020 8812 7005
The Wandsworth Community Learning Disability Team based at the Joan Bicknell Centre is a multi-disciplinary team of professionals from both the NHS and social services. The team provides advice and support for people with learning disabilities and to their carers and families. The team works with adults aged 18 and over.
People with learning disabilities are entitled to access the same health and social services that everybody else does. The team can help with specialist advice and support that people with learning disabilities sometimes need. Wherever possible support from the team is time limited but the team is always available for more support and advice at a later date.
Coming by bus
The G1 bus stops in the Springfield Hospital site very close to the Joan Bicknell Centre. The 689 and 690 buses stop on Burntwood Lane about 5 minutes walk from the Joan Bicknell Centre.
Coming by train or tube
Earlsfield and Wandsworth Town stations are both about 20 to 25 minutes walk away. Both stations have overground National Rail train services.
East Putney station is 15 to 20 minutes walk away. East Putney station has District Line underground services.
For more help on travelling to the Joan Bicknell Centre by public transport please contact Transport for London on 020 7222 1234 or visit www.tfl.gov.uk
There is a car park outside the Joan Bicknell Centre, but you will need to enter the Springfield Hospital site at the Glenburnie Road entrance to get a free parking permit from the Gate House. Find out more about parking at Springfield Hospital at www.swlstg-tr.nhs.uk
There is a car park outside the Joan Bicknell Centre, but you will need to enter the Springfield Hospital site at the Glenburnie Road entrance to get a free parking permit from the Gate House to avoid being clamped. Find out more about parking at Springfield Hospital at www.swlstg-tr.nhs.uk