Outward’s day service – with a difference!
Based in the heart of Hackney, Hub Club is a day club for adults with learning disabilities and autism. We’re open to anyone in London and our members are involved in a variety of fun and engaging activities.
What makes Hub Club different from other day centres?
We started Hub Club to create daytime opportunities for adults on the autistic spectrum and with learning disabilities, but wanted this to be a very different experience to traditional ‘day centres’. We’re different because:
- You become a fully-fledged Hub Club Member, which means that you have a say in how the Club is run.
- You decide which activities and sessions happen, which means you won’t bored of the same old thing.
- Hub Club has partnered with lots of different community organisations, meaning that you really get involved
with stuff happening across Hackney. We’ve linked with DSC sports, Joy of Sound, Bike Work, and Pedal Power.
- Our ethos for the Hub Club is to have a purpose and learning element to each session and activity. You get home each day having learnt something new.
A typical week may include activities such as:
Frequently Asked Questions
What are your opening hours?
We run five days a week, from Monday to Friday. The hours are 9am to 3.30pm.
How can I pay for Hub Club?
You can pay using personal budgets, direct payments or through social services funding. Please get in touch with us to talk about costs.
How do I get to Hub Club?
We accompany club members on public transport to and from Hub Club. If any club members would prefer to travel independently, we can also recommend the best public transport routes.
More information can also be found in our Hub Club leaflet, which you can print and show to people who may be interested in becoming members.
How can I refer myself or someone else to Hub Club?
We accept referrals from anyone. You can be referred or refer yourself. Please get in touch directly with us, using the contact information on this page, for all referrals.