A care service in Penge is supporting four individuals with learning disabilities to make sure their voices are heard at the upcoming general election.
Crystal House is home to young people who are in transition from residential college, foster care or the family home.
Senior support worker Diane Liston says the service has made sure the group are all registered to vote on June 8.
“The election is providing us with a great opportunity to demonstrate to people with learning difficulties and mental health needs that they have a voice,” said Diane.
“Usually those who find decision-making difficult are in that position because they have never been given the opportunity.