I have been working with young people with Learning Disabilities for almost a decade now. I started my career working for a small care company in St Albans, before moving on to working at a college, supporting students with varying levels of Learning Disabilities, eventually gaining a teaching qualification.
I relished the chance to run my own area of The Inclusion Project, and have never looked back.
I am very passionate about people, and working with The Inclusion Project was a fantastic opportunity for me to be to put my skills and personality to good use; helping others to develop and grow.
In the North West London Area, we offer a whole range of unique and interesting opportunities to our Participants, and their families.
We have our own community social club that we use throughout the week, mainly for developing life skills such as: cooking classes; group discussions on a wide range of topics - from work experience, to accessing the community - and developing friendships.
We regularly run travel training sessions, whether that be learning a new bus route into town, or catching the train into central London for one of our exciting music sessions, where the Participants can record their own songs, in a professional Music studio.
Participants joining The North West London Area can expect to develop a wide range of skills, from learning how to handle and organise their money to developing their communication with their friends and peers.
Participants also get a step closer to working life, but most of all, they will have a great deal of fun and in-turn will develop a great amount of self-esteem.
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