Centre 404 offers a range of high quality services to assist children and adults with a learning disability and their family carers.

These include: direct support, information, respite, activities, advocacy, help with personal budgets and form filling, and access to social groups and other local networks.

  • Support for Families
    Support for Families

    We offer personalised support to family carers based on their needs and changing responsibilities through life’s transitions, from their child’s initial diagnosis through to when they are ready to leave home and plan for later life.

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  • One to One Support
    One to One Support

    We offer one to support to both children and adults.

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  • Personal Budgets
    Personal Budgets

    Providing personalised and person–centred support to all those we work with is at the heart of all Centre 404’s services. In addition we can provide tailored and bespoke support services to children and adults who receive a Personal Budget or choose to fund their support independently.

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  • Supported Housing
    Supported Housing

    We support people to be active and responsible citizens within their community, by promoting individuality and offering housing related advice, support to increase independence and help with gaining access to community services and activities. We have also continued our work in.

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  • Groups and Activities
    Groups and Activities

    We offer many fun regular weekly activity groups; holiday play schemes and outreach support for children, young people and adults.

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  • Day Opportunities
    Day Opportunities

    Our bespoke Day Opportunities Service continues to provide regular support to adults with complex needs from across 3 London boroughs. We focus on individual goals encompassing health and wellbeing, education, physical activity, independence and communication skills.

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  • It’s changed my life forever. It’s a dream come true.

    Before moving to a new supported housing development on Leigh Road, Julie lived with her parents for 50 years. Moving to Leigh Road, Supported Housing has enabled her to make new friends and start a new life for herself.

    Julie, service user