Support for you designed by you
Part of Your Learning Disability Network for London
Our LDN4U scheme offers self-directed support for people with learning disabilities across London. This could be a couple of hours a week or 24-hour support per day. Our services are designed to give your more flexibility, control, and choice in the kind of support you receive often working as partners with other organisations, families and professionals.
We can be flexible with the support being provided based on your assessed needs, planned events and activities. For example you can bank your ‘activity based support hours’ for a social event such as a festival, or change the date and time of a session to support you to attend a health appointment.
We currently offer this service in Westminster, Camden, Islington and the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea and referrals may come from you, social workers or families.
To find out more contact
Ryan Anderson, Service Manager
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