At the heart of the community
Part of Your Learning Disability Network for London
LDN Connect delivers a programme of meaningful activities and courses that are specifically tailored for you. These include Bake Off, Football, Getting Out and About, Womens Institute, Green Fingers, Culture Club, Petrol Heads, Karaoke Kings and Queens and Meet and Eat as part of a structured programme.
We collaborate with community organisations and use accessible venues such as sports and leisure, arts and cultural, mainstream and specialist venues to deliver an exciting programme, funded through grants, fundraising or people pooling their money together. LDN Connect aims to provide you with the time and space to develop your interests, skills and social friendships, enabling you to interact, learn from one another and have fun.
LDN Connect also offers a holiday scheme for adults with learning disabilities to cover the periods when colleges are closed. Group activities take place 6 days a week to meet demand and offer up to 2 days a week per person to meet friends and do new and interesting activities. Come along to try activities such as tobogganing, climbing walls, tennis, art and baking sessions, visiting museum and galleries. We regularly review the activities and offer those which are enjoyed the most.
To find out more contact
Christine Joseph, LDN Connect Team Manager
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