During the February half term the HS4LC Skills Bridge interns had a week off work placements and enjoyed lots of fun activities.
This included healthy eating cooking, a lovely walk to Ripley followed by a famous Ripley Ice-cream and a day at Action Zone where the interns learnt how to build a fire and played a competitive game of laser tag.
Everyone really enjoyed the week of activities and were enthusiastic to get back to work placements this week!
We know many young adults with learning disabilities and autism would like the opportunity to work. HS4LC's Skills Bridge is a supported internships programme aimed at giving young people the opportunity to develop their skills and get into sustainable paid employment.
The HS4LC Skills Bridge Programme offers three routes to employment for young adults with learning disabilities and autism.
For more information on the 2019/.20 programme click here or call us on 01423 593719.