Centre 404 is a charity that offers friendly, reliable and person-centred support to people with a learning disability and their families in North London.
It was founded in 1951 by carers of children with learning disabilities and continues to work towards building a society where people with learning disabilities are valued and involved. Over the years, Centre 404 has built vital services that have enabled children and adults with a learning disability and their families to have a voice and access to activities and support.
Centre 404 is working towards a world where people with learning disabilities and their families have the support they need to enjoy the same rights, freedom, responsibilities, choices and quality of life as people within the wider community.
Centre 404’s Beliefs and Values are deeply rooted in the way that we work and will continue to underpin the future direction of the charity.
We are currently running a mobile garden project where we tend to elderly people’s gardens in the community with the aim to tackle social isolation. Thursdays, 2 – 4pm.
We deliver play schemes at Easter, Summer and Christmas for 10-16 years olds in Islington & Enfield: both those who have a learning disability or autism and their siblings
Our patron Jeremy Corbyn at our Annual General Party