Our Services

All of the young people who come to us are individuals. Each different in their own way. Every one with their own unique needs. But all of them with the same potential to lead better, more fulfilling and satisfying lives.

At London Care Partnership, everything we do centres on the individual, giving them positive, person-centred support, surrounding them with others of a similar age and encouraging them to assimilate new experiences and share interests with their peer group.

We support those with a range of learning disabilities, including:

Autistic Spectrum Disorder
We provide care and support for individuals with Autism and Asperger's syndrome. Carefully planned and structured, each day will bring a sense of security and routine to these young people who have trouble with social interaction, communication and imagination.

Surrounded by the familiar faces of our permanent staff and key workers whom they will quickly get to know by name, they will thrive thanks to consistent support and a range of visual aids that will prompt and stimulate them – be it weekly time

Learning Disability and Mental Health Needs
We will help those with complex emotional, learning and health needs, including epilepsy, personality disorder, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia. Guided by the Care Programme Approach, we take time to assess each case, planning flexible support that is tailored to each individual's specific needs.

We will carry out a detailed risk assessment and set achievable goals and
realistic outcomes. With access to psychiatry and other health services by way
of our local Community Learning Disabilities Team and Community Mental Health Teams, we maintain and review progress, keeping you informed and up-to-date.

Complex Support Needs and Behaviours that Challenge
We support individuals with learning difficulties who may be physically and verbally aggressive, and those with signs of self-injurious behaviour. Some who come to us have had a number of hospital admissions or placement breakdowns.

By identifying early signs of challenging behaviour, we can adopt a proactive (rather than reactive) approach. Success takes many forms, with young people beginning to enjoy community living, developing new skills and discovering more and more independence.