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Westminster Employment

Westminster Employment supports adults with a learning disability and physical disabilities to find either paid employment, voluntary employment or work experience placements in a personcentred way. People are supported to produce an accessible action plan to confirm their hopes and aspirations for employment. Westminster Employment…

020 7641 7686 Robert Driver Operations Manager 020 7641 5844
Qualified first-aider on site
Service/Activity is free
Toilet suitable for wheelchair users
Communication aids, such as Makaton, are used
Wheelchair accessibile venue

Westminster Employment Service

The Westminster Employment Service is made up of a team of Employment Coaches who work closely with individuals and families that have struggled to get into employment, training or volunteering.  On their first visit, your coach will sit down with you to hear about your work history and…

4 Frampton StreetLondonNW8 8LF

020 7641 3336
Service/Activity is free

Westminster Helpline

If you feel suicidal, you can call the Central and North West London (CNWL) NHS Trust urgent advice line on 0800 0234 650. The line is open Monday to Friday 5pm-9am, and 24 hours at weekends and Bank Holidays. The helpline provides support, advice and signposting for existing or…

0800 0234 650

Westminster IAPT

Anxious? Stressed? Fearful or Phobic? Depressed? Low Mood? Socially Anxious? Worried?Take the first step. If you are finding it difficult to cope with feelings of anxiety or depression, we can offer quick and easy access to help and support.What can you do if you are…

030 3333 0000

Westminster Information, Advice and Support Service (IASS) for SEND

The Westminster Information, Advice and Support Service (IASS) is a free confidential advice and support service for disabled children and young people living in Westminster, those with SEN, and their parents. The IASS team can advise and provide support on SEN and Education, Health and Care…

IASS 1st Floor215 Lisson GroveLondonNW8 8LF

020 7641 5355
Service/Activity is free
Sign language interpreter available by arrangement
Sign Language Used
Suitable for children and young people with SEND

Westminster Kingsway College

Post 16 education provider for young people with SEN, there is a range of course options provided in further education colleges and sixth forms. The provision is intended to support young people towards independence and employment, building on young people’s strengths and interests.

Regents Park CentreLongford StreetLondonNW1 3HB

020 7963 4181

Westminster Kingsway College (Kennet West Skills Centre)

Courses for Students with Learning Disabilities or Difficulties The new Kennet West Skills Centre in Westminster is an exciting new vocational skills centre in a new development for students with learning difficulties and disabilities. The new dedicated Skills Centre, at the Queen Elizabeth II School, delivers…

Kennet West Skills CentreKennet RoadLondonW9 3LG

0870 060 9800

Westminster Learning Disability Partnership

We support young people in transition from childhood in to adulthood who are perhaps moving from children and family services to adult social care services. FOR MORE INFORMATION, PLEASE CONTACT:Westminster Learning Disability Partnership:T 020 7641 7411 E: adminwldp@westminster.gov.uk

020 7641 7411

Westminster Learning Disability Partnership (WLDP)

Westminster Learning Disability Partnership is a joint team of social care and health staff and is the first point of contact if you want to find out how to get support. The team works with people with learning disabilities aged 18 and over and their…

2nd Floor215 Lisson GroveLondonNW8 8LF

020 7641 7411
Qualified first-aider on site
Toilet suitable for wheelchair users
Disabled parking available, restrictions may apply
Communication aids, such as Makaton, are used
On Site Parking

Westminster libraries

It's free to become a member and all of our libraries offer free WiFi, computers for public use, events and activities and a wide range of other resources. Find your nearest library, search the catalogue, become a member, and access online services.
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