Provides advice, information and support for people with learning disabilities, their families and those who work with them, and campaigns on their behalf.
- Evening and weekend social clubs
- Classes in healthy eating, mindfulness and relaxation, gentle exercise, art and crafts, dance, drama and tai chi
- 1:1 mentor scheme for getting into sports interest groups such as walking and exploring the city or visiting museums and galleries, as well multiple day trips throughout the year
- The Employment and Training service runs the Employment and Learning Centre and the Access to Employment Agency, with 9 employment projects across London, including 7 cafes, gardening project and mailing project
- Housing Service (including supported housing and support for people living in their own homes)
- Goldhurst Project which supports people with specific needs to access day services in the community
- Camden People First, a self-advocacy organisation for people with learning disabilities.
- Community In Action, a community minded holistic approach to helping adults with learning disabilities and/or autism over 18 years to make informed choices, leading a more independent, happier and healthier lifestyle.