London Living at home
Part of your Learning Disability Network for London
Our LDN@home accommodation services enables you to live in the heart of London and to receive the right level of support to enjoy your home and your community.
Shared and Independent Housing
We are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) to support the delivery of personal care through our domiciliary Care registration in your own home and accommodation for people who require personal care.
Our housing services provide comfortable, safe and homely surroundings, within supportive environments that encourages you to learn social, physical and daily living skills. We foster individual development and independence both at home and in the community with a variety of options from 24 hour support to a few hours week based on individual needs and personalised packages of support.
A Grade in Supporting People Quality Assurance Framework
Our supported living services in Westminster were independently verified in June 2016 as meeting Grade A in all areas of the Supporting People Quality Assurance Framework (QAF).
We have consistently been able to demonstrate our commitment to the principles of ordinary tenancy and the REACH supported living standards as evidenced in the inspection which included visits to our services and discussions with staff and the people living there.
We provide shared and independent living accommodation in Westminster, Camden and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea.
We work in a person centred way, developing person centred support plans, personal budgets, and flexible packages of support, which can also mean the use of personalised technology to help you to live as independently as possible in a safe, supportive, and homely environment.
To find out more contact
Mandy Crowford, Director of Services
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