23,171 people in the Jewish community have a learning disability. Langdon has grown from a service for four young people, to one that plays a crucial role in the lives of hundreds of people across London and Manchester. There are so many more people with learning disabilities who need our help, will you open your eyes to people with the ‘invisible disabilities’? Will you see them and support them?
Our specialist team of professional teachers and support staff offer tailored education packages and programmes to meet individual needs and abilities.Read more
We offer a range of personalised support options to empower our members to live as independently as possible in accessible, comfortable accommodation.Read more
Our educational and accessible social events and activities help members learn new skills, make friends and become part of the community both inside and outside Langdon.Read more
Working as a Support Worker at Langdon is a very rewarding job, supporting some very special people. If you are looking for a fresh challenge, enjoy engaging with people and have a real desire to make a difference to someone’s life, and in addition have the skills required to help us deliver a high level of service to our members, then we want to hear from you.
Members had the opportunity to deliver presentations to peers, parents as well as Langdon staff and trustees including the College Principal Jane Baker, Langdon Foundation CEO Gary Skovron and Chairman Nigel Henry.Read more
6:00 pm 16/09/2018
It is a mind-reading show like you’ve never seen before!Read more
This year’s Langdon Annual Dinner, held on Monday night, saw a record number of 554 guests attend the event.Read more