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Walking Tall Project
Project to increase the employment opportunities of NEET young people by offering life skills training, sailing training, and support with physical and mental health issues.
Achieving Schools Project
Project to improve literacy and numeracy for vulnerable young people.
Nutrition and Exercise in Recovery
New project which aims to place a higher emphasis on the role of diet, nutrition and exercise in recovering from dependency and addiction.
Emergency overnight short breaks for families in crisis
300 emergency overnight short breaks per year for severely disabled children and young people whose families are in crisis.
Increasing the number of audio books available in audio library for people with sight problems, dyslexia or disabilities that prevent them from reading printed books.
Touch to See Book Clubs Programme
Adapted, tactile 'touch to see' books for blind and partially sighted children & adults.
Children Will Shine Project
Two Children Will Shine projects in Bracknell and York, offering subsidised tuition to disadvantaged backgrounds who have dyslexia or literacy issues.
Epigenome of neural stem cells and high grade gliomas
Identifying the differences between tumour stem cells and normal stem cells in the brain.
Specialist neuro-physiotherapy service
Specialist neuro-physiotherapy for people with multiple sclerosis
Life skills training, one-to-one support, social groups, a residential weekend, health & wellbeing sessions and advice and information for young adult carers.
Prior's Court Bakery
Bakery to provide work experience and training for young people with autism and learning disabilities.
Work Experience Officer
Work experience officer to support young people with multiple complex disabilities and learning disabilities.