Latest Update 14th May 2020

To all families and friends, 

Before I say anything, I have to say how grateful and thankful we are to all of you for your support during this period, without contributions, pay it forwards and general positivity we wouldn’t have been able to make it this far. Your kindness has made it possible, thank you so much. 

We are now at a point where we can start planning the path forward, and how we are going to do it as safely as possible. 

The below information/plan may of course change as we go along depending on guidance from the government and CQC, but here is the idea (please download the PDF) …

Take care,
Simon Jackson-Turner


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About Us

What we do

The Inclusion Project is a multi-award-winning innovative initiative that promotes a healthy, social and active lifestyle for adults with Learning Disabilities including, but not limited to: ADHD; Asperger and Autism Spectrum Disorder; Cerebral Palsy; Down Syndrome; Epilepsy; Fragile X; Global Development Delay; Williams Syndrome, and more. The emphasis is for Participants to be included into the local community. 

Post education life can be an abyss for people with Learning Disabilities, it can be difficult to find activities during week days that will facilitate the lifestyle that young adults desire. The Inclusion Project is set to solve this issue.


The Inclusion Project is funded through direct payments that people with Learning Disabilities can be allocated by their social workers. We charge in line with what the standard direct payment hourly rate is in the local area. Our costs can also be privately funded. 

Transport and Ratios

Participants will be collected and dropped home (or whichever location is requested) by a Group Leader at a pre agreed time. 

We offer group-based sessions, meaning that there is a ratio of up to three Participants to one Group Leader, unless specified otherwise as requiring a one to one ratio. 

Most frequently we have a ratio of three Participants to one Group Leader with our groups. The Inclusion Project at Home has a one to one staff to Participant ratio. For people with varying Learning Disabilities.

How does it work? It's time to "Create your own World"


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More Information


For who?

With who?

For who?

The Inclusion Project is for anyone with Learning Disabilities over the age of 18 years old, for both male and female. 



With who?

For who?

We run 7 days a week covering different activities on different days and evenings. Participants can select which days they attend, and can take part in 1 or all 7 days.


With who?

With who?

With who?

We are incredibly proud of our excellent team of Group Leaders, all of which complete the Care Certificate within their first 8 weeks of starting with The Inclusion Project and are experienced within Learning Disabilities, care and support from a variety of backgrounds - please click here to see our Group Leaders. 

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Contact Us

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Regulatory Bodies

The CQC (Care Quality Commission)

The Association of Quality Checkers

The Approved Franchise Association


We are proud to be registered and regulated - and rated as Outstanding - by the Care Quality Commission for our support at home sessions. Please click here to read the full report.  

And click here for the Easy Read Report

The Approved Franchise Association

The Association of Quality Checkers

The Approved Franchise Association


We are very proud to be part of The Approved Franchise Association and to offer this level of excellence to our Franchises. 

The Association of Quality Checkers

The Association of Quality Checkers

The Association of Quality Checkers


We are proud to be a member of Association of Quality Checkers. 

Some of our Awards



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