New Projects and Services

Details of new projects and services will be shown here:


Another project inspired by an ADKC member! Following a suggestion by another ADKC member, ADKC has secured funding to work in partnership with ACAVA to run an short Inclusive Art project. A pilot of 6, accessible, taster sessions, covering a range of artistic styles, will allow ADKC member to have fun, learn new techniques and feed into the development of a run-on project.

Running in November 16 – see our events page and ADKC Art project FLYER for more details.



Dreamed up by members of our successful Positive Empowerment Group (PEG), the Happy Group is a warm and welcoming environment for people to set aside their problems for 2 hours of fun and enjoyment. Monthly, on the first Monday of the month (except Bank Holidays). See our events page for dates.



ADKC launches new project supporting isolated disabled people to get out in the community. The new Disability Connect Kensington and Chelsea project was launched earlier this month. The project will continue on from the Day Opportunities Project.

The project aims to support socially isolated disabled people who live in Kensington and Chelsea, with a physical, sensory or hidden impairment, to get out and about in their community. The age limit is 18 to 49.

The Disability Connect project will work with the person at their pace, help them to decide what they want to do and provide peer support, a range of advice, information and workshops.

All referrals need to come from local Adults Social Care Management teams. However, if you would like to be referred and need support to do this or would like more information about the new Disability Connect project, please contact Simone at Action Disability Kensington and Chelsea on 020 8960 8888 or