We run lots of different activities at the centre, like computer skills, gardening, massage and a recycling project. We also run a popular shop, cook and eat session.
The majority of our activities take place in the community, like rambling, swimming, hydrotherapy, cycling and bowling.
We have some very good sports teams. We’ve played cricket at Lord’s cricket ground and our football team, Bexley Lions, plays in the South London Special League. When the weather is good, we go fishing.
We like to get creative too. We have put on performances like our Singing and Signing show and we walked down the catwalk like models at our fashion show.
Who do we support?
We support adults aged 18 and over who have autism or learning disabilities.
You must have funding in place to pay for the support. This could be funding through the London Borough of Bexley, through a personal budget or your own money.
How do I join the Ken Boyce Centre?
You can self-refer to us - just drop us an email or call us. You can get referred through social services at the London Borough of Bexley.
You may wish to visit us before you join. We'll give you a tour around the building and you'll get to meet the manager and the staff.
Join our group for parents. We meet four times a year at the Ken Boyce Centre.
This is your opportunity to be more involved in what we do and be part of something special. You’ll be able to share advice, find out what’s going on and help organise fundraising events.