supported living

Giving our members a safe and secure environment to live independent lives

The bedrock of independent living is the home environment. We give young adults with learning disabilities the opportunity to live independently in their own home, either sharing with friends or living alone close to other members of the Langdon community. Through our unique network of supported living accommodation in London and Manchester, we support 94 people in 55 houses and flats. They gain independence in a safe and secure environment, living as a community within a community.

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HOUSING

Here at Langdon we give young adults with learning disabilities the opportunity to live independently in their own home, either sharing with friends or living alone close to other members of the Langdon community.

Our well-maintained properties, all of which are in North Manchester or North London, range from one-bedroom flats to five-bedroom houses. From mezzuzahs on the doorposts to kosher kitchens, whichever type of accommodation our clients choose, all are designed to support a Jewish home life.

Langdon buys properties using a combination of mortgages, donations and parental contributions. Out of fairness, we ask parents and family to contribute to the best of their ability before raising funds from the wider community.

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Living independently is important to me because I can be like my friends who don’t have a disability.

Robyn, Supported Living, London

How to apply

For applications or more information please contact:

Londyn

Praga