The Link Place Personal Development Centre is a purpose built, friendly and accessible day centre based in Hainault.
The centre provides a range of services to help individuals with physical or sensory disabilities to develop life skills and gain invaluable experience & confidence, to assist them in ensuring that they can take their rightful place within the community.
Link Place provides up to 50 varied activities each week to develop educational, recreational and personal development needs.
Community services include:
- Social activities and learning group sessions.
- Access to community based facilities such as trips to shopping centres, cinemas, theatres, libraries, restaurants and sports centres.
- Link Place supports disabled people in their search for paid or voluntary employment and a ‘Job Club’ is in operation to help support and train individuals who are seeking employment.
- The Simon Green Training Centre is based at Link Place and provides a safe and stimulating environment for service users to gain real-life skills and business related experience with the community, such as media and print work. For more information, please refer to the Simon Green Training Centre on MyLife.
- Link Place also offers limited daytime respite to enable service users to experience spend time away from homes, family or carers. If you would like to be referred to Link Place, please contact Adult Social Services by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
- Midday meals are available on request.
- Link Place has access to a limited number of wheelchair accessible vehicles to help transport people to and from the centre.
Minicom: 020 8502 6338
Text relay service and permanent loop system are in pace for those who are deaf or have impaired hearing.
Text relay customers should dial 18001 before the telephone number to access the text relay service.
9am - 5pm, Monday to Friday
The cost for attending the centre varies and depends on the individual's personal circumstances and financial assessment.
The page was last updated on 2 March 2016