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Learning Disability Resource Centre

Service/Activity is chargeable
Sensory room available
Toilet suitable for wheelchair users
Changing room with changing bench and hoist
Sensory Play Opportunities
Communication aids, such as Makaton, are used
Wheelchair accessibile venue

The Learning Disabilities Resource Centre is a social services day service for adults with complex physical and learning disabilities.

The centre provides a person-centred service that supports individuals to access their own community, college and centre-based activities/experiences focused on:

  • Swimming
  • Aerobics
  • Advocacy
  • Art
  • Yoga
  • Massage
  • Rebound therapy
  • Hydrotherapy sessions (physiotherapy in a heated swimming pool)
  • Music
  • Multisensory Room
  • IT/Eye Gaze sessions (controlling a computer through eye movements)
  • Travel training
  • Support to college
  • Access to local museums i.e. Natural History Museum, Science Museum etc.
  • Volunteer opportunities (office based volunteer opportunities in the community)

The centre-based work focuses on the needs of the service users that attend our service, offering physiotherapy exercises, speech and language assessments, eating and drinking guidelines and individual timetables for all service users. We work in conjunction with the joint Health and Social Care Community Learning Disability Team.

Who to contact

Contact Name
Steve O'Sullivan
Contact Position
Day Services Modernalisation Manager
 020 7313 6880

Where to go

Learning Disability Resource Centre
St. Marks Road
W11 1RG

Other Details


Age Ranges
18 to 65 years old
Referral required
Referral Details

Individuals are referred to the service via the Care Management Team using their formal referral process and forms: Community Learning and Disability Team: Telephone: 020 7313 6843 Email:

Local Offer

Local Offer Record `
Who is this service available to?

Individuals with a complex physical & learning disability and health issues aged 18-65 years. This includes wheelchair users, individuals with challenging behaviour’s, autism, epilepsy and communication difficulties.

How do you access this service?

Individuals are referred to the service via the Care Management Team, using the formal referral process and forms.

Community Learning Disability Team - Telephone: 0207 313 6843, Email:

How do we ensure the quality of this service?

This service is run in line with the standards of care set out by the Royal Borough of Kensington and Chelsea. Regular reviews take place with service users, parents, carers and care management, to shape a person-centred service. A complaints procedure operates which can be accessed by service users, parents and carers.

What to do if you have a complaint?

Refer to the Local Authority complaints procedure.

Needs Level
Last Updated 18/01/2019

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