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Advice and information
- Additional Information for Transition into Adulthood
- Apprenticeships, Traineeships and Supported Internships
- Finding and keeping a job
- Support at University
- Transitions Guide - Preparing for Transition in Year 10 (age 14 to 15)
- Transitions Guide - Preparing for Transition in Year 11 (age 15 to 16)
The 14-25 Progressions Team staff work with Sheffield schools to match students to alternative provision training providers from our Alternative Provision network across Sheffield. The team are able to meet with learners, school staff and parents/carers to ensure that the learners are given information and…
0114 229 6185
Activity Choices offers completely person centred support to adults with autism, learning disabilities and mental health conditions. The support is designed around the individual to develop skills, gain qualifications and help build confidence. Facilities include access to a gym, opportunities to gain work experience in…
Fully Funded Learning for ages 16 to 67. Each plan is individualised to the student, safe guarding officers on site, first aid trained staff. Support to help you reach your potential and get you closer to employment.
Dimensions is a specialist provider of services for people with a learning disabilities and people with Autism. They are a national, not-for-profit organisation, supporting people & their families throughout England & Wales. Dimensions are a Sheffield City Council registered and Recognised Provider (see RP List)…
Disability Sheffield is a user led organisation offering a free confidential information and advocacy service, free factsheets, a disability news bulletin, a Personal Assistants Register for anyone wanting to employ a PA and for Personal Assistants looking for work, an employment support resource, autism training,…
The Hollowford Centre is based in Castleton and run by the Lindley Educational Trust charity. We provide inspiring personal and team development experiences, using the outdoors that help to build interpersonal skills, self-confidence and self-esteem; particularly for those who are from disadvantaged and vulnerable backgrounds. …
Offers a wide range of advice services to job seekers and employers. Administers new and existing claims for benefits such as Jobseeker’s Allowance, Universal Credit, Employment and Support Allowance, Income Support and Incapacity Benefit.
0800 169 0190
Linkage College is a long-established independent specialist college in Lincolnshire, with a compelling offer for young people aged 16 – 25 who have any form of learning difficulty or associated disability. The college has two campuses; Weelsby campus in Grimsby Toynton campus, near Spilsby and Lincoln…
The College provides a wide range of courses from A-Levels and BTEC Extended Diplomas to Level 1 and below. More than 1,100 students attend the college. Almost all our students are aged between 16 and 19 years old.
A private resource centre that offers day time activities, employment support and opportunities predominantly but not solely for adults with a learning disability. Also caters for older people, people with mental health issues and people with physical impairment and/or sensory impairments, dementia aged 16 years…
The personal transition service is not your traditional support. It looks at a persons dreams and aspirations. we look at people's strengths rather than their deficits. We have Asset Coaches and not Support workers.
Sheaf Training Centre is a vibrant learning and training facility which meets the needs of young people with SEND focusing on developing skills for adulthood and employment. Students are aged between 16 and 25 years old and access our High Needs Study Programmes through their Education, Health and Care Plan. Referrals are made via the SEND Assessment and Placement Team. High Needs provision is delivered either on-site at Sheaf Training Centre or off-site on a programme where learning is supported through one of our partner providers.
The Sheffield College is a general Further Education College. We offer a wide range of programmes and apprenticeships to prepare young people for employment, university and adult life. Together with our partners we will find the right package for you whatever the learner’s individual needs…
Not everyone gets the same start in life. Some people grow up in a safe, supportive environment, while other’ circumstances may not be quite so straightforward. Regardless of a person’s background, everyone deserves the opportunity to be the best individual that they can be. Sheffield…
We provide gardening and conservation activities for young people and adults with learning disabilities. Activities include planting seeds, transplanting plants, harvesting, picking apples, weeding, making bird boxes, picking flowers and more...
SOHAS is a registered charity that has existed for 40 years to help people who either live and/or work in Sheffield who are having difficulty at work either because of their health condition or because work is causing them problems with their health. We have advisers working in several GP surgeries in Sheffield and if we don't have an adviser at your surgery we will see you in our office.
Project Choice is a supported internship programme that enables those aged 16-24 with an Education, Health and Care Plan to gain work experience and develop employability skills, with the aim of supporting young people with learning difficulties, disabilities (LDD) and/or autism into sustainable employment. Participants spend a day a week in the classroom learning important work skills and developing their functional skills, and the rest of the week is spent on work placement. Interns complete up to three different placements across the academic year, giving them an insight into the variety of roles and departments available in the NHS, and are supported by mentors and where needed; job coaches. The programme is funded by the Department for Education (DfE) and the Local Authorities.