More than 100 participants with learning disabilities celebrated the launch of a new day centre in Northolt this week.
MP for Ealing & Southall Virendra Sharma opened the Seva Resource Centre, which provides support for people with autism and challenging behaviour, on Thursday morning (June 25).
The centre hosted a sports event amidst a "stunning backdrop of 19 acres", with a music session and barbecue to follow.
Seva Care's Northolt centre will specialise in supporting people with autism as the site has a peaceful setting with plenty of inside and outside space to run a diverse range of activities suitable for all physical needs.
Accessible transport is provided for those who wish to access any of Seva Care’s day services.
Staff will work with each individual to design their own tailored package of enjoyable and meaningful activities to enable personal growth.
Leader of Ealing Council Julian Bell, who attended the launch day, said: “It was great to visit the Seva Resource Centre and see the inspiring work taking place.
"I was lucky enough to meet staff and users, walk around the beautiful grounds and enjoy the centre’s sports day.
"I recognised a number of people who I have previously seen at the Carlton Road and Stirling Road centres and it was great to see them thriving and enjoying the new centre.
"The valuable life skills that are being taught will make a positive difference to the lives of the people using it and I look forward to going back there soon."
Seva Care first opened, in West End Road, on June 1.
There are few spaces available for service users who wish to register to attend the Northolt centre. To arrange a visit, please call Seva Care Group on 0208 422 2999.