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Welcome to our Research and Evaluation page! We’re here to share important information about our past project. We’ll look at numbers and facts to see how our efforts have helped include and empower people with learning disabilities and/or autism. Experts from the National Centre for Mental Health in Cardiff University carefully studied our work, and we’ll discuss what worked well, what didn’t, and how we can make things even better in the future. Come with us on this journey as we use valuable information from the National Centre for Mental Health to understand and improve our supported employment programs.

 

Reports here:

January 2024: Supported Internships: Evaluating the outcomes of a nationwide project using different internship models to support young people with intellectual disabilities and autistic young people into employment.

 

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November 2023: Parent views on Supported Employment for young people with Learning Disabilities and Autistic young people.

 

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May 2023: Job equality and inclusion in Supported Employment: the experience of the Engage to Change Project

 

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April 2023: The impact of Covid-19 pandemic on jobs for people with intellectual disabilities and/or autism in Wales

 

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April 2023: The Role and Experience of the Job Coach: The experience of a nation-wide Supported Employment project

 

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March 2023: Supported Employment for neurodivergent young people: pathways to employment, job coaching input and implications for practice.

 

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March 2023: A demographic and qualitative analysis of the determinants of success in a National Supported Employment project

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