APASENTH was formed in 1984 by a group of parents at the Beatrice Tate Special School. The group registered as a voluntary organisation in 1987. With the help of London Borough of Tower Hamlets and other supporters staff were recruited and new premises was found and APASENTH slowly developed from a modest informal parents group to a fully registered charity providing a wide range of services on a borough-wide level. With its commitment of equality of opportunity and a continuous effort to achieve maximum quality, APASENTH is fast becoming a public service competitor.
Mission Of APASENTH
To become the leading black and ethnic minority voluntary organisation, providing a range of services to support people with disability and their carers to improve their quality of life.