Stay healthy, be safe, and live well

Our Vision

How we can support you

We have a variety of different options to meet the needs of adults, children and young people with learning disabilities and their families.

Our services

Work with us

The Westminster Society recruits throughout the year. We have a range of interesting positions you can apply for.

Join the team

#everydayisdifferent

"It’s really good – just go for it and do all you can. "

"I started in November 2016 as a support worker, after studying health and social care, public health, at university. I attended all the training. It’s really nice working with service users, completely different – in a good way – from studying. You get to know the service users and get to know them better. WSPLD push you too – they encourage you. "

Jenneh has been promoted and started her new job as an Assistant Team Manager in February 2019.

Our stories

#everydayisdifferent

Paul’s Holiday in Cumbria

“Since the Westminster Society started supporting me I have been going out loads more than I used to. I had my first holiday in years and went for an activity weekend in Cumbria – it was a great weekend.”

Our stories

Paul’s Holiday in Cumbria

Sami’s Story

"I came to know the Westminster Society as my brother, who is autistic, attended the nursery in the late 1990’s. We also both attended the playscheme during the half-term which was fun and I have kept many good memories"

Our stories

Sami’s Story

Fundraise 

for us

Arrange a sponsorship or fundraising event.

How can I raise funds?

Spare a
little time

Give up some of your free time and volunteer.

How can I volunteer?

Get involved

Ellie Atherton

“I was looking forward to starting volunteering as I wanted to help out in any way I could. I met lots of great people and really value the friendships I have formed since I started volunteering.”

Ellie Atherton, Volunteer Buddy
Rainbow parent

“The standard of care my child was given was amazing. My daughter progressed enormously at Rainbow and I will always be grateful for all they did for her.”

Rainbow parent, Kiana’s mum
Hannah Smith

“Being a volunteer with The Westminster Society is for me a wonderful opportunity to share my passion with people, enjoy some great moments in a friendly atmosphere.”

Hannah Smith, Group organiser

How far does your money go?

At the Westminster Society we make sure that every penny of your money goes on helping your learning disability network.

£5

Per month could pay for a little kickers football session for up to 12 children at our Rainbow Nursery

£10

Per month could pay for an 'LDN Connect to the Beatz' music event for a young adult with learning disabilities

£20

Per month could pay for an LDN Connect Tuesday Social Group event for up to 48 people with learning disabilities

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