Daylight’s service was suspended in March 2020, moving to an online support provision where virtual activities are facilitated via Zoom. The Daylight team carries out regular welfare calls offering emotional support, signposting relevant services to support with the pandemic and continue to work in partnership with ILDP social services to safeguard the vulnerable people, and their families, that the service supports.
Daylight is a day centre for adults with varying degrees of learning disabilities. LD has to be the primary disability, however a lot of people using Daylight have additional physical needs, with some falling under dual diagnosis.
The service is increasingly outcome focused, and tries to meet the identified needs of an individual so that they can develop new skills and lead as independent a life as possible. Integrating into the community and using facilities in the community are integral parts of the service at Daylight.
On site activities include: catering, art, drama, music, pottery, sewing, knitting, Boccia, yoga, gardening, dance, wheelchair dance, massage and multi-sensory.
Community access includes swimming, museums, galleries, bowling, hydrotherapy, trampolining, ice skating.
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- a diagnosis of Global Learning Disabilities
- and a concurrent significant impairment in social and adaptive functioning (such as within the autism spectrum)
- individuals who have profound physical disabilities, but do not have learning disabilities, are not eligible for this service
How to refer
The following clinicians can refer to this service:
Referral methods: Email
A referral form can be found in ISL EMIS under
ISL global documents > Learning Disabilities > Islington Learning Disabilities Partnership Referral Form
t: 020 7527 6600