Since 1795, Norwood has always sought to improve the lives of the most vulnerable people in society.
Each year, Norwood supports 7000 people with learning disabilities, and children and families in need.
Norwood provides vital, personalised services to the Jewish communities in London and the South East, believing that everyone, irrespective of ability or circumstance, has the right to live the life they choose and achieve their goals.
Delivered by 1200 staff and supported by 800 dedicated volunteers, Norwood provides a wide range of Children & Family Services and Adult Learning Disability Services in pursuit of this vision.
Children and Family Services
- Family support and social work
- Inclusive nursery
- Special education
- After-school clubs and holiday schemes
- Short breaks
- Transition support
- Supported living
- Residential Care
- Life long learning
– work skills and employment
– life skills and learning
- Health and wellbeing
To continue to provide, improve and expand these services, Norwood seeks to raise £10m annually from voluntary donations.
Updates about Norwood:
My working life is all about people, and it never ceases to amaze me just how many stakeholders we have at Norwood. As the UK’s largest Jewish children, family and learning disability charity, we provide critical services for over 7,000 people at any one time. To truly respond to the community’s needs we must take […]
Last week I attended the Israeli Presidential Conference, which focussed on the theme of tomorrow. I was privileged, together with my American counterpart Malcolm Hoenlein to play a role in a panel discussion on “Changing the Guard”, focussing on transitioning younger people into key leadership roles. I showcased our homegrown UK programmes such as Lead, Adam Science and the New […]