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The Brandon Trust

The Brandon Trust is a national charity which seeks to enable people with learning disabilities to discover their personal goals. 

The Brandon Trust offers services to adults with learning disabilities and autism, including:

  • residential care,
  • supported living services and
  • outreach support.

Their services are generally in small homes or integrated settings within the community. They also give support to families with children and young people aged 5-18 years with a learning disability and / or autism. They provide:

  • short programmes of support,
  • regular weekly support,
  • short breaks and activity holidays.

The Brandon Trust (London) currently offers services in Wandsworth, Southwark, Battersea, Sutton & Merton, and Croydon.

Please see their website, or contact Dawn Dacosta, for more information.

Who to contact

Telephone

E-mail
info@brandontrust.org or dawn.dacosta@brandontrust.org
Website
www.brandontrust.org

Where to go

Address
Unit 10, Earlsfield Business Centre
9 Lydden Road
London
Postcode
SW18 4LT
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Availability

Referral Details

Referrals can be made by contacting Brandon Trust directly, or with the support of social services or other professionals.

The charity currently has 15 supported living schemes and 6 independent living schemes for a total of 35 self contained flats with minimum support offered. Some services offer accessible accommodation and assistive technology where necessary to increase independence. Brandon Trust also has a group called Leaderboard that is run by the people the charity supports. The charity's 'options' team offer outreach services too

Local Offer

Description

What is Wandsworth’s Local Offer ?

Depending on the service you want, you can refer yourself, or you may need to be referred by your social worker. 

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Local Offer Age Bands
Transitions to Adulthood (16+)

Last updated: 10 Jan 2019

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