Staying Healthy, Being Safe and Living Well
Part of Your Learning Disability Network for London
LDN Drop-in offers a daily gathering where you can find advice, information and support on a range of topics including health and wellbeing, money, relationships and employment. It is designed for people with learning disabilities and their families.
Our LDN Drop-in service acts as a point of contact and referral for advice and information covering range of issues including housing, finance, arts, education and health. The aim is to provide a responsive and preventative service accessing information, signposting and support through peers and specialists on key issues including Safer Neighbourhood Teams, personal finance via Barclays Wealth and health advisers.
Thursdays are set aside specifically for families and carers.
Peer support is key to the success of our drop-in space and so people with learning disabilities are recruited as volunteers to coordinate and run events. This develops employment skills, self esteem and confidence and ensures the drop-in sessions remain relevant to the needs of its members and the local community.
LDN Drop-in is free to access and you can call in for any session you find of interest. Sessions take place at Harrow Road, Westminster and Queens Crescent, Camden Monday to Friday 10am-3pm with options to rent the space for meetings, training and events.
We offer this service in the following areas
389a Harrow Road, London, W9 3NA
020 8968 2682
To find out more contact
Krzysztof Krzemianowski, LDN Drop-in Coordinator
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