Accessibility options

Read website accessibility policy

High contrast

Text size

Latest News

Treat Me Right! delivers successful training in Health Education England-sponsored project Jan 08

Over 800 people across 27 London boroughs received learning disability champion training last year​

Continue reading...
Aisling Duffy, Chief Executive of Certitude London

Happy New Year! Dec 31

As 2019 comes to an end and we welcome in a new decade I want to take the opportunity to pay tribute to everyone at Certitude for the important role you play in people’s lives, throughout the year.

Continue reading...

Certitude supports call to improve mandatory training Dec 19

Certitude supports open letter to the Department of Health and Social Care calling for improved training on learning disabilities and autism.​

Continue reading...

Our pop-up shop in the Glades, Bromley is now open! Dec 05

Handmade festive gifts created by people attending our activity centres in Bromley are now on sale at the Glades Shopping Centre.

Continue reading...

Social Care Providers Certitude and Yarrow to merge Nov 26

Combined organisation will be the largest not for profit provider of support for people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs in London.​

Continue reading...

Celebrating success at the Michael Rosen Awards Nov 22

Our annual Michael Rosen Awards celebrate the success and achievements of our staff and volunteers across London.

Continue reading...

Certitude teams up with the Young Vic Oct 29

The Young Vic’s theatre workshop is coming to Connect & Do!

Continue reading...

Running for Certitude! Sep 29

On Sunday, Certitude’s Bishnu and Rose, and supporter Meg, laced up their running shoes and tackled the Ealing Half Marathon. ​

Continue reading...

Berge is a finalist for the Leaders’ List 2019! Sep 17

Well done to campaigner and Treat Me Right! trainer Berge

Continue reading...

Our new exhibit is bringing ‘a breath of fresh air’ to Brixton! Sep 06

‘A Breath of Fresh Air’ features work created by artists attending our Connect & Do workshops in Brixton and Penge.

Continue reading...