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An Access to Work grant helps pay for practical support if you have a disability, health or mental health condition so you can: start working stay in work start your own business How much you get depends on your circumstances.  The money doesn’t have to…
Adviza is a charity inspiring people to make better decisions that help them progress in learning and work. We support young people and others, at important times in their lives where key decisions need to be made. We aim to raise people's aspirations and motivate them…
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The Autism Trust provides an ASD friendly, real working environment, fostering independence and building work skills for individuals aged 16 years and older, with autism. This can be achieved through work experience or where applicable participation in the ASDAN Employability programme.
Autus – The Hao2 Foundation exists to facilitate personal and professional growth for people with autism and complex needs, increasing opportunities for exciting and sustainable work to improve lives and prospects. We are a disabled people's user-led organisation set up to enable disabled people to…
The Community Furniture Project run a charity that passes on furniture, electrical and other household goods to people in need.  Everyone can shop at the Project. You don't have to be on a low income, on benefits or a pensioner - but if you are, you will…
FarmBuddies, a Social Enterprise, arranges for accompanied individuals or small groups with any mild or moderate additional need, aged 9-90yo, to visit farms in the local area one day a week to do a variety of regular farm jobs including animal care according to age,…
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Providing a safe environment where adults who have learning or physical disabilities, or poor mental health, may learn social and practical skills for independent living and take part in training in the form of horticultural therapy. We offer job coaching to encourage and to increase…
The National Careers Service can help whether you're looking for your first job or wanting to change career, get some advice from a professional. Help with your CV - create a CV in bite size chunks. You can also get advice on applications forms, covering letters and…
National Citizen Service (NCS) is a government-backed programme open to all 16 and 17-year-olds in England. It helps them build skills for work and life, while they take on new challenges and meet new friends. NCS consists of three separate parts, Adventure, Skills and Social…
The Preparing for Adulthood programme (PfA) is delivered by the National Development Team for inclusion (NDTi). The programme is funded by the Department for Education as part of the Delivering Better Outcomes Together consortium. The partnership brings together a wide range of expertise and experience of working with…
Are you aged 16 - 30 and in need of some help or support? The Prince's Trust run free courses for young people who are not in full-time education, training or employment. You may be eligible if you are in employment but on a low hours…
Are you aged 18-30 and interested in starting up your own business? The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Programme could be for you! The Prince’s Trust offers Explore Enterprise courses in Berkshire. These consist of an Information Session on starting up a business in your area followed by a 4 day…
Project SEARCH is a one year transition programme which provides training and education leading to employment for individuals with disabilities. The programme runs term time only. Project SEARCH is a collaborative model between Brookfields School and Reading College as the education providers, and Royal Berkshire…
What are Supported Internships? A Supported Internship is an education and training programme with learning at work at its core, which prepares you for a move into paid employment. A Supported Internship might also include English, maths and other qualifications, if appropriate, as part of…
“Transition” is a term used to describe the time when young people who may need ongoing social care services move from childhood into adulthood. They may transfer from children‘s services to adult social care or have an assessment upon leaving school to look at their…
Ways and Means Trust have a warehouse in Rotherfield Peppard where adults can come and learn new skills, possibly in the warehouse where there is a light commercial packing and repackaging operation, which specialises in contract packing, for example, shrink-wrapping, collation, hand finishing, assembling point-of-sale displays, and packing products…
Ways into Work is a Community Interest Company that deliveres a range of Supported Employment services. Supporting individuals with a Disability to access Employment Opportunities. Ways into Work, will support both the inidvidual and Employer to achieve a positive Job Match and then provide the on-going…
Link Up is a Work Skills project for Adults with Learning Disabilities, providing a real work environment for Adults with Learning Disabilities.  Link Up works to develop each individual member's potential within a sheltered work skills unit, providing real work skills and also tailor-made educational…
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