Year: 2023

20th November 2023

New fully funded programme in Doncaster

Brand new employability project for adults with autism and learning disabilities living in the Doncaster area. With a focus on those with lower than level 2 maths qualifications.

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16th November 2023

Launching a webinar series for 2024

If you are an employer seeking to understand more about neurodiversity in the workplace then take a look at our events page and book onto our free webinars throughout 2024.

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16th November 2023

Identifying strengths via Skillsbuilder

We are delighted to launch skillsbuilder across our services, helping fine tune our support to individual needs.

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17th October 2023

Autism in Poetry

A poem about Autism by Amy, an Autistic Individual.

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17th October 2023

Hidden Disability Job Fair 2023: A Resounding Success

In Partnership with the Sheffield City Council Deaf/Hearing and Vision support services Autism Plus hosted a Hidden Disability Job Fair in Sheffield In October 2023.

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15th October 2023

Employment is for Everyone Event

On Wednesday 27th September 2023, Employment for Everyone along with the Rotherham Metropolitan Borough Council held an exciting free event at the New York Stadium aimed at employers looking to expand their employment opportunities to people with learning disabilities and autistic people.

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4th October 2023

Inspiring Coworking Office in Sheffield Now Open!

Autism Plus is delighted to be partnered with The Wheelhouse to open a new co-working space in our beautiful offices at The Old Exchange Brewery in the heart of Sheffield’s city centre.

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30th June 2023

Different Minds Working Together

Our Head of Specialist Employment Services was delighted to be invited as a key speaker at Barclays Banks – Different Minds Working Together Event.

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21st June 2023

Collaborative working in Wakefield

Our Wakefield LSE team were delighted to be invited to the SEND Employment Forum Launch Event in Wakefield. Hosted by the preparing for Adulthood team, the event brought together education providers, young SEND students, as well as employers to from a partnership in supporting young SEND adults in Wakefield towards employment.

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9th May 2023

New base in Wakefield

Welcome to our new base in Wakefield. We are now settled into our new Wakefield Base at Agbrigg & Belle Vue Community Centre. We’d like to give a big thank you to the Wakefield Council Day Opportunities team for welcoming us to join you, with a local base for our Local Supported Employment Project.

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A picture of a training room at Belfast City Hall with people sat at round tables talking at a training session our Head of Employment delivered on Neurodiversity at Work
20th January 2023

IEP Mini Summit in Belfast

Our Head of Specialist Employment Services participated in a mini-summit as part of employability and skills programme.

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9th January 2023

Working with Jobcentre Plus in Thorne

We have been working with in partnership with the local Jobcentre Plus in Thorne to ensure that local people have access to the right support to suit their needs. Not only this but we now have our own display within their premises, created by the local Disability Employment Advisors.

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