Work starts on Council’s purpose-built homes in West Greenwich for people with learning disabilities
A ground-breaking ceremony marked the start of works by the Council to build a specialist development of new homes for people with learning disabilities in Royal Hill, West Greenwich, on 15 March 2022
Royal Borough of Greenwich celebrates International Day of Disabled People
In recognition and celebration of International Day of Disabled People on Friday 3 December, Royal Borough of Greenwich is putting on and promoting a range of events and services.
Co-designing learning disability services in Royal Greenwich
The Royal Borough of Greenwich is committed to listening to local people in shaping their area and the services they receive, seeking to make the most of available opportunities, improving provision
Improving health and care services for people with autism and learning disabilities
From January 2021, the Royal Borough of Greenwich will be working with Oxleas NHS Trust and Heart n Soul on a new project.
TV star Arabella Weir celebrates Royal Greenwich Shared Lives
Actress and author Arabella Weir has made a film with two Greenwich women to help celebrate a home-based adult care scheme in the Royal Borough.