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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 Big Lottery Fund in partnership with Welsh Government.

 

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@Engage to Change
14.12.2017 Date 14th December 2017
Llongyfarchiadau i Jacob Meighan a ennillodd Gwobr Arbennig Pennaeth yr Ysgol yng Ngwobrau Gwerthfawrogiad a Chydnabyddiaeth Staff Meddygol @prifysgolCdydd 2017! Blwyddyn diwethaf roedd Jacob yn intern @ProjectSEARCHHQ a cyflogwyd nawr yn @ncmh_wales fel cynorthwyydd ymchwil. https://t.co/wiU94ovgwQ
@Engage to Change
14.12.2017 Date 14th December 2017
Congratulations to Jacob Meighan who recently won The Head of School Special Award at the @cardiffuni MEDIC Staff Appreciation and Recognition (STAR) Awards 2017! Jacob was a @ProjectSEARCHHQ intern last year and is now employed at @ncmh_wales as a research assistant. https://t.co/8N1mVEmmYc
@Engage to Change
12.12.2017 Date 12th December 2017
The Children's Commissioner for Wales wants to hear about the experiences of families with a young person with a learning difficulty as they transition to adulthood. Fill in the questionnaire here: https://t.co/9gSFrkFUKt
@Engage to Change
12.12.2017 Date 12th December 2017
Mae Comisiynydd Plant Cymru eisiau clywed am brofiadau teuluoedd sydd â pherson ifanc ag anhawster dysgu wrth iddyn nhw bontio i fod yn oedolyn. Cwblhewch yr holiadur yma: https://t.co/xeHuIhr7Pq
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