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Able Community Centre
The community wiil help us to provide choice activities and oppprtunities to people with learning disabilities, in our boroughs of operation. The centre will also be available to serve the whole community at large.
Charity information: Able Foundation
The centre will serve as a base where safe, dignify and supportive services will be provided for people with learning disablity, hence;
Improving the quality of lives of people with learning disabilities.
Providing specialist supported activities, that promote choices, independence and opportunities.
Improving the quality of lives of people with learning disabilities
Activities» Executing Able Foundation services pathways - see our website for more information www.ablefoundation.org.uk , our services section.
What success will look like
Improving quality of lives of people with learning disabilites.
Increase in choices
increase in opportunities
increase in independent living
Limited funding opportunities.
Resource multi streams of funding.
Lastest media means
Budget - Project Cost: £60,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £20,000 Rent Hosting most of our service pathways £20,000 Design,layout Design,layout £20,000 Other capital expenses Other capital expenses
The project is based in Bexley borough but outreaching to Barking and Dagenham, Greenwich, Hackney, Lambeth, Lewisham, Newham, Southwark, Tower Hamlets and Waltham Forest.
The above boroughs are among nineteen London boroughs rank the fifty most deprived out 354 local authorities in England. See the below table that depict the deprivation rank of the Borough of our outreach. Low number equal most deprived.
Excellent understand of engaging people with learning disabilities and other group disable people
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Charles Olatunde - Project Coordinator
Qualified staff working in partnership with our clients, family carers, NHS service provides, commissioners, Health and Wellbeing, Partnership Boards