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  1. Venture Club for the Blind and Partially Sighted

    From: St Ann's Library

    Fridays: 12.30 to 3pm We’re a social club that organises activities, parties, games, raffles and excursions for visually impaired people in Haringey. Transport to and from your home can be provided if necessary. Membership is £5 per annum. For more information,...

  2. Art Adventures

    From: Community Focus

     10 am - 4 pm Morning: Art activities Afternoon: Trips out museums, galleries, exhibitions, sport activities and much more.   

  3. The Hub

    From: Walsingham Support

    The Hub was opened in 1953 as a special school for children with learning, communication and behavioural difficulties by Alice Hoffmann de Visme MBE. In the 1970's the school became an educational day centre as there were no provisions back then for school...

  4. Day Centre Personal Development and Education for learning needs and disabilities

    From: School of Professional Development and Education

      The PDE Day Centre has at its core the development and enhancement of education and teaching;and the progression of a high standard of inclusive teaching practices.  Our aim is to provide a Centre and programme that is all inclusive of individual needs;...

  5. Touchbase Southeast

    From: Sense

    The day service at TouchBase South East (formerly Anne Wall Centre) works with deafblind adults of all ages and individuals who have sensory impairments with additional learning and other associated disabilities. The Centre was opened in Barnet, London,...

  6. London daytime hubs: Ladbroke Grove

    From: The National Autistic Society

    At Ladbroke Grove autism centre we support people of all ages on the autism spectrum to help them achieve their full potential. Our centre offers a safe and supportive environment in which children, young people and adults can meet other people, try new...

  7. Diabetes UK Haringey Support Group

    It is our aim to raise awareness of diabetes and provide help and support to people living with diabetes in Haringey. We meet bi-monthly at the Crouch End Picturehouse (in 2nd floor community room, Crouch End Picturehouse, 165 Tottenham Lane, Crouch End...

  8. THE ACTIVITY ZONE

    From: Haringey Mencap

    This service provides an opportunity for adults with learning disabilities to gain transferable independence skills, life skills and work skills. It aims to provide these through socialising in both the local community and within wider networks through...

  9. Supervision and minimal support

    From: Acorn Day Opportunities LTD

    We recommend the Option 2 package for service users who do not require 1-2-1 support and would like access to community integration and centre based activities with supervision and minimum level of support (based on the outcome of an initial assessment)....

  10. Day Opportunities

    From: Person Centred Day Opportunities

    W elcome to Person Centred Day Opportunities. PCDO is part of Person Centred Care Homes which was established in 2001 and is an independent, family run, day care provider based in Enfield. Person Centred Day Opportunities specialises in services for adults...

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