Seva Care, which provides support for people with autism and challenging behaviour, began offering its service in West End Road on June 1.
Director Pritesh Suchdev said: “Seva is a word known in the Asian community to mean ‘selfless’, and they called it this because it’s charitable work they’re doing.
“What is unique about this centre is that it has a lot of outdoor space, it provides space for people with a lot of energy.
“With a lot of the closures, there’s a lot of worried people out there. This is why I think we will be of real interest and benefit to the community.
“We are able to offer a lot of outdoor activities.”
Seva Care is holding a sports day on June 25, which will also celebrate its opening.
The centre offers activities such as archery and football matches, it has a horticultural area, and the director says people can pick up many life skills.
Seva Care is a private company with many users paying to attend using their personal budgets provided by Ealing Council.
To join or for more information call 0208 4222 999.