The Larches Community is a registered charity established in 1995 by a group of families to create opportunities for young people and adults with learning disabilities and/or autism and Asperger's syndrome.

Celebrating our 20th Anniversary in 2015

On 15 September 1995 several families, including Linda Edwards the current CEO conceived the idea that there was an urgent need to provide services for people with learning disabilities and/or autism. From tiny beginnings around a kitchen table the Larches Community began its 20-year journey of service and advocacy for people with learning disabilities and/or autism.

To celebrate our 20th birthday we have BIG plans! We want to increase our capacity to serve, expand our presence in Barnet, create more opportunities, and achieve one of our most significant strategic goals – the provision of independent supported accommodation for adults with learning disabilities and/or autism.

WE HAVE SOME BIG ANNOUNCEMENTS LEADNG UP TO OUR 20th BIRTHDAY EVENT IN SEPTEMBER. FIND THEM ON FACEBOOK & TWITTER.

IT IS GOING TO BE AN EXCITING YEAR. WE WILL KEEP YOU UPDATED!

 

Announcing Larches Mosaic Peace Tree Project

Building community cohesion and reducing social isolation

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‘Everything Must Go

Spring Clearance Sale at Larches Hall on 8th of May 2015. Price range from will £1 and up. To find out more click  here

 

 

 Our Objectives 

Education and Training: To increase the skills base of young people and adults with learning disabilities through education and training so that they can enjoy greater independence in their lives.

Social and Recreational: To increase the quality of life of young people and adults with learning disabilities through social and recreational activities.

Social Enterprise: To become increasingly financially independent as an organisation by developing social enterprises and micro businesses.

Supported Living: To give people with learning disabilities the opportunity to live independent lives in the heart of the community by establishing supported living homes.

Community Inclusion: To combat prejudice within the mainstream community by increasing understanding of learning disabilities and autism.