Provider Details

Contact Details

Tower Project
Telephone No

Suitable for ages

Age of Users
All Ages

Address Details

Street Number
45 - 55 White Horse Road
E1 0ND


Service Description

The Tower Project is a community based voluntary sector organisation providing a range of services to children, young people and adults with disabilities who are resident within the Corporation of London, London Borough of Tower Hamlets, London Borough of Hackney, London Borough of Newham and surrounding London Boroughs.

The Charity was estabilished to support the needs of the local community and from its small beginnings has developed into a large registered charity that provides services on a number of fully accessible sites. Providing Respite Services, Youth and Leisure Services, Day Services, Education and Training Projects, Employment Services, Information and Advocacy Services, Holiday and After School clubs, Community Cafes, Social Enterprises and Supported/Supported Living; the project works closely with many local and national partners in the delivery of its services.

The Tower Project provides a range of services to specific groups within the community most notably Learning Disabled, Physically Disabled, Autistic, Deaf/Hearing Impaired, Blind/Visually Impaired, Deaf/Blind and Mental Health.

The Tower Project is a community organisation that is constantly growing and developing and has been the recipient of many local and national awards recognising the quality of services provided along with the important contribution it has made to the community.

Additional Information

Additional Information

The Tower Project provides a number of services for children and adults with an Autism Spectrum Condition.

The Tower Project provides services specifically for people living with an Autism Spectrum Condition, this is the Tower Project First Start Day Opportunities Service (Autism).

This service was developed in April 2004 at the request of parents and carers. The Tower Project First Start service is located on the Isle of Dogs and provides a range of bespoke services for people living with the condition who also present with associated challenging behaviours and other related conditions. First Start is an Autism Accredited service through The National Autistic Society; this means we have proven the following:

• A specialised knowledge and understanding of autism.
• Knowledge and understanding of autism that consistently informs the service, the resources and management of First Start.
• Knowledge and understanding of autism that consistently informs the assessment and supported planning of people who access the service.
• Knowledge and understanding of autism that consistently informs all aspects of our practice.



Opening Times

Opening Times
MondayFrom 09:30To 16:00
TuesdayFrom 09:30To 16:00
WednesdayFrom 09:30To 16:00
ThursdayFrom 09:30To 16:00
FridayFrom 09:30To 16:00

Questions & Answers

Are The Premises Accessible For Wheelchair Users?
Do You Offer Specific Support For Children With Additional Needs?
Has A Service Description?
Registered For 2 Year Old Grant

Further Information

Provider Type
Suitable For
Downs Syndrome Visual Impairment Attention Deficit Disorder Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) Speech, Language & Communication Needs (SLCN) Tourette's Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) Long Term Medical Conditions Specific Learning Difficulties Multi-Sensory Impairment (MSI) Physical Disability Profound & Multiple Learning Difficulties (PMLD) Sensory Impairment Severe Learning Difficulty (SLD) Specific Learning Difficulty Social, Emotional, Behaviour Difficulty (SEBD) Complex Needs Dyslexia Epilepsy Moderate Learning Difficulty (MLD) Hearing Impairment and Deafness
Delivery Channels
In Person Telephone Youth Club Office / Premises
How to Contact
In Person Telephone Email
Eligibility Criteria
None Tier 1: Universal
Referral Criteria
None (Self-referral) Via Children And Adult Mental Health Project Via Gp Or Other Health Professional Via Housing Advice Via Common Assessment Framework (CAF) Integrated Service For Disabled Children Via Independent Living Team Via Looked After Children Teams Via School Via Social Care Professional Via Voluntary Agencies Via Young People's Support Unit

Details last updated

Last Updated
02 August 2017