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Our support to people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health support needs comes in many forms. From essential round-the-clock support to independent living in the community; from helping after a period of crisis to rebuilding connections with family and friends. We encourage people to find new interests, make new friends, get out and about and have fun. For carers and families, we offer respite care and short breaks. We also work closely with local authorities, communities and others involved in delivering support.

Address:
31-33 Lumiere Court,, 209 Balham High Road, Balham, SW17 7BQ
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Public

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Autism is a lifelong developmental disorder that affects the way a person communicates and relates to people around them. In the great majority of cases, autistic disorders are present from birth or become apparent within the first three years of life. People with typical autism have no interest in social interaction, little or no language, and tend to live in their own world. Asperger's syndrome often applies to those who are more able, who have better language development, and who have more social contact. Asperger's syndrome may first come to notice in adult life.
Services or initiatives to encourage increased social inclusion for mental health services users.