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Welcome to Engage to Change

The Engage to Change project is currently running across the whole of Wales to support young people aged 16-25 with a learning disability and/or autism into paid work placements lasting 6-12 months.

We aim to help over 1000 of these young people achieve their full potential by supporting them to gain experience in the workplace and develop transferable skills through a person-centred approach. To do this we are working with 800 employers over five years, offering one-to-one job coaching and specialist employment support to both young person and employer.

This project is made possible through funding from the National Lottery Community Fund in partnership with Welsh Government.

 

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@Engage to Change
18.11.2019 Date 18th November 2019
RT @mencap_charity: People with a #LearningDisability are being shut out of work. It limits independence, knocks self-esteem and makes them…
@Engage to Change
14.11.2019 Date 14th November 2019
RT @LdWales: The new North Wales Transformation Project team explain how they work in coproduction, through recruitment and working togethe…
@Engage to Change
14.11.2019 Date 14th November 2019
Rydyn ni’n clywed o Katie June Whitlow, aelod o @SeneddIeuenctid wedi’i cefnogi gan @LdWales. Un o’i hoff rhannau o’r rôl yw cael llais a bod yn weledol #DwiYma https://t.co/mdZfBzy2De
@Engage to Change
14.11.2019 Date 14th November 2019
We’re hearing from Katie June Whitlow, @WelshYouthParl member supported by @LdWales. One of her favourite parts of the role is getting her voice out there, being visible and noticed #RightHereLDW https://t.co/9SRkUutNTr
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