Centre 404 has 30 years of experience providing specialist support to people with learning disability, autism and complex needs.

In May 2013, Centre 404 opened its Day Opportunities service in order to further promote a person centred vision to empower and enable individuals to lead a life that is truly their own.

Since that time, the Days Opportunities service has received excellent feedback from families and professionals working with us. Families and carers play an important role in how the service is delivered and help continue to shape its development going forward.

Inclusion is at the heart of the service and each person has their own weekly timetable based on their goals and interests. Service User’s are supported to use public transport where possible to access the Day Opportunities service to increase and encourage independence

Our service runs during the weekdays (Monday-Friday) from 10am-3pm. We offer a mixture of community and centre based activities. The Day Opportunities service currently runs at three locations: Centre 404 on Camden Road (currently under refurbishments), The Charlie Ratchford Centre in Chalk Farm and Brickworks Community Centre in Crouch Hill.

We continue to expand our service and will soon be opening a Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Day Opportunities Service.

If you wish to make a referral or would like some more information, please call 020 7607 8762

Interested to know more? You are welcome to come for a visit and talk to our staff, please call 0207 607 8762 and ask to speak to Yasmin, the Day Opportunities Coordinator. Alternatively, you may contact your social worker to start the process.

  • They treat her like a young person, not a person with a disability

    “The staff look after Beth very well. They treat her like a young person, not a young person with a disability. Beth enjoys the activities at Centre 404, and especially shopping trips. She chose a pair of pyjamas when she went shopping with her support workers, which are now her favourites. She wears them”

     Zara, Beth’s mum