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Qualified first-aider on site
Service/Activity is chargeable
Toilet suitable for wheelchair users
A personal assistant can be arranged to give extra support for a child with additional needs
Changing room with changing bench and hoist
Suitable for children and young people with SEND
Wheelchair accessibile venue
Suitable for an individual with vision impairment

Supports individuals living independently or in family home or shared living. The team support people to access the community for regular events in line with defined outcomes. Support may range in areas such as:

  • Health and wellbeing (for example support going to health appointments, managing medication, keeping fit)
  • Domestic activities such as cooking, cleaning, shopping
  • Support with budgeting for example ensuring correct benefits, managing bills and budgeting for day to day or planned events
  • Managing tenancy through good neighbour relationships
  • Managing antisocial behaviour
  • Awareness and support around rights and responsibilities
  • Accessing educational and employment including travel training, registration and applications as well as work shadowing
  • Signposting and support to access other specialist and mainstream services Outcomes are clearly identified and staff will work proactively to achieve these through clear planning, monitoring and reviewing.
  • Partnership with families, care managers and clinicians as well as other agencies including advocacy ensure each person’s needs are well understood and that tools and practices are utilised which empower people to achieve their personal goals in a supportive manner. Young adults who have accessed other society services are offered a seamless transition through internal sharing of knowledge and staff skills, as well as safe spaces and introductions to new people and places.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Ryan Anderson
Contact Position
Service Manager LDN
 020 8968 7376
 020 8968 2683

Mari Koponen Team Manager LDN 4 U Westminster E T 020 8968 2686

Where to go

Shared Lives 3b
16a Croxley Road
W9 3HL

Other Details


Age Ranges
18 years and over

Local Offer

Local Offer Record `
Who is this service available to?

Adults over 18 who have learning disabilities which may include a dual/multiple diagnosis such as autism, aspergers, mental health, sensory and physical needs.

May be living anywhere in the Borough as we are on a framework agreement as part of the West London Alliance.

How do you access this service?

  • Referrals come through care management (Social Services) based on assessed eligibility and level of need: Community Learning and Disability Team: T 020 7313 6843/6880 E Westminster Learning Disability Partnership: Westminster Learning Disability Partnership: T 020 7641 7411 E

  • People can refer themselves using a personal budget.

  •  Assessment from the Society will consider existing information already provided to reduce duplication of forms and process but will actively seek the views of the customer and their family.

How do we ensure the quality of this service?

Quarterly report to senior managers and trustees on complaints, incidents, case studies of positive activity and barriers help celebrate achievement and identify local and national challenges to equality.

  • Annual Audit of records

  • Feedback from people supported by the team and families through annual survey and complaints.

  • CQC inspection at domiciliary care office to monitor the regulated activity delivering personal care.

  • Staff monitoring through recruitment checks, supervisions, training and appraisals with clear HR processes relating to whistleblowing, grievances and disciplinary.

Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
Needs Level
SEN Provision Type
Last Updated 31/05/2019

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