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Learning Example: Growing the learning from Project SEARCH

Learning Example: Growing the learning from Project SEARCH

15th Jun 2017 at 15:27

Project SEARCH first started in 2009 in a partnership between Fosseway School and the Royal United Hospital (RUH), Bath with external supported employment agencies. A second site started in the county a year later with Bath College as the education provider.

There are now 32 young people working at the RUH, and there is a follow-along job coach who is based at the hospital. The retention rate over five years is 87%

Tags: Employment, Supported Employment, Learning Example

Learning Example: Ben's Story

Learning Example: Ben's Story

6th Jan 2017 at 15:41

Bath and North East Somerset have shared this learning example for how a SEND Personal Budget can be used effectively.

The example describes how Ben, a 19-year-old with autism and profound and multiple learning difficulties, benefitted from a personal budget. The personal budget provided flexibility and allowed Ben to receive appropriate, tailored support.

Tags: Story, Learning Example, Personal Budgets

Employment is Everyone's Business: resources

Employment is Everyone's Business: resources

28th Mar 2016 at 18:10

As part of the project Employment is Everyone's Business (EEB), the National Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) and the British Association for Supported Employment (BASE) have produced three resources to support schools, colleges, young people and employers to identify ways in which professionals can work together to help young disabled people into employment

Tags: Employment, Education, Health & Care Planning, Supported Employment, Case Study, Learning Example, Guide, Supported Internships

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