Futures (18-25)

Futures aims to help young people with learning disabilities aged 18-25 make choices and develop the skills they need to move successfully and happily into adulthood.
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Futures is a programme that empowers 18 - 25 year olds to realise their full potential and achieve more independence in their lives. The provision is centred around the Preparation for Adulthood framework and bespoke learning opportunities, to allow each individual to learn the skills they need to achieve their life aspirations.

Learners joining Futures can complete vocational skills qualifications as part of their personalised programme. Living independently with support is offered as part of the programme with our onsite furnished rooms, so they experience what it is like to live in a community setting.

Money management and making decisions about how and where they want to live and work are also part of the curriculum to ensure a well-rounded programme. Engaging with the community on a weekly basis encourages and gives learners the tools and confidence to explore new hobbies and have fun in their lives outside of Futures.

Futures can be a one or two-year programme, depending on the learner's previous experience and level of existing skills. The course can be flexible with learners attending 3 days a week, and a potential for 4 or 5 days a week if this additional time is needed.

If you would like to join the Futures programme and have a current EHCP, please complete the below Contact Form and we will get back to you.

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