This is the place to see what we’ve been upto lately at HF Mencap as well as opportunities to get involved.
As of the 18th of July 2023 our new address will be: 99 Addison Gardens, W14 0DT This is located one road over from 72 Bolingbroke Road. We remain within the grounds of Addison Primary School but have our own gated access. Please use buzzer to gain entry, this buzzer may still say ‘early years’.
Tuesday, 23 May 2023 by HF Mencap Admin
Parentsactive invite you to join our conference: Transitioning into the right care, at the right time in the right place 26th June 2023 9.30 am – 3.00pm West London College Gliddon Road, London, W14 9BL We welcome: Parents/carers of young adults (18 plus) with learning disabilities and/or autism/neurodiversity
Thursday, 13 April 2023 by HF Mencap Admin
We look forward to you joining us for our sensory walk fundraiser! UPDATED DATE – 3rd May CLICK HERE TO DONATE HF Mencap is raising funds to pay for new sensory equipment such as electronic sensory equipment, discovery dens, multi-sensory ‘books’ and kits and sensory garden items. Please meet at Ravenscourt Park Kings Street at
Autism is a lifelong developmental disability which affects how people communicate and interact with the world. One in 100 people are on the autism spectrum and there are around 700,000 autistic adults and children in the UK. At HF Mencap we are committed to ensuring all those with autism are supported and thrive in our
As you can see from above we have started a podcast it is based around our Treat Me Well Campaign. Our first guest is Victoria Wright who is a campaigns officer from National Mencap in London. it was in 2019 when we first met Victoria when she delivered 2 workshops on the Treat Me Well
HF Mencap Job Description Job Title: Support Worker Salary: £10.55 per hour Hours: Part time hours Location: Hounslow – Hammersmith and other surrounding areas. HF Mencap is an independent local charity supporting children and adults with learning disabilities and their carers and families. Our mission to empower people with learning disabilities and autism