Support organisations

Organisations listed below provide information, support, advice, education and activities for people with learning disabilities to help them achieve the things that are important to them, and to remain as independent as possible.

Certitude

Certitude provides a range of supported living and residential support for people with learning disabilities living in Richmond.

Choice Support

Choice Support supports people living in Richmond with autism, learning disabilities, mental health needs, physical disabilities and sensory impairments to gain and keep paid employment.

Lifeways

Lifeways is a supported living that helps people with learning disabilities to live as independently as possible.

Lookahead

Lookahead supports individuals with high level learning disabilities, complex needs and behaviour to build independent living skills, manage and maintain their homes and become part of their local communities.

Richmond AID

Richmond AID supports people with learning disabilities and disabled people to live independent lives and to have the same opportunities as non-disabled people.

Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College

Richmond and Hillcroft Adult Community College offers range of supportive learning courses for people who have learning difficulties and disabilities. 

Richmond Mencap

Richmond Mencap provides information, advice and support for people with learning disabilities.

Richmond Upon Thames College

Richmond Upon Thames College have a team of specialist staff who are experienced in supporting learners with Dyslexia, Dyspraxia, Autism, Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder, Social, Emotional and Mental Health, sensory and physical needs, moderate and severe learning difficulties.

Mind

Mind provides information and support for people with learning disabilities experiencing mental health problems.

Your Healthcare

Your Healthcare provides specialist assessments including diagnostic, specific treatment and specialist healthcare interventions for adults with learning disabilities and autism living in Richmond.

Inclusion of the above services is not an endorsement and we can take no responsibility for the quality of services that are privately purchased or sourced from the organisations listed.

Updated: 22 September 2020