Work 4 All
Developing supported training and employment opportunities for people with learning disabilities and mental ill health.
September 2010 - September 2013
Prospect Housing and Support Services
People with learning disabilities and mental ill health are often unable to access employment. It is often incorrectly perceived that they would be unable to carry out tasks effectively and they consequently are unable to compete for available work successfully.Work 4 All will increase these opportunities.
Work 4 All will increase these opportunities byâ
- marketing additional manual services
- establishing a training programme with options for qualifications
- recruiting and training new volunteers and staff to both employment options
- Sell a range of administrative support services to facilitate events for organisations
- Increase customers for all services each year so that the project is self financing by March 2013
To improve employment opportunities for people with learning disabilities
Activities» By providing a range of supported employment opportunities
Success will be...12 new supported employment places created by Work 4 All, and Work 4 All becoming fully self financing within 5 years through increased business
Increased inependence for people with learning disabilities gained through new skills and improved confidence.
The risk of insufficient support will be addressed by employing an additional team leader to ensure that there is always sufficient staff cover.
We will be happy to report as donors require, with a minimum of an annual progress report.
Budget - Project Cost: £50,000Loading graph....
Amount Heading Description £10,000 Training Training costs for new employees £33,000 Staffing Salary and recruitment costs for a Team Leader £7,000 Overheads Marketing services, equipment and travel
Adults with leaning disabilities
Work 4 All is a well established supported employment service that can easily expand to provide additional employment and a broader range of employment opportunities
Read more about the Charity running this project.
Lorraine has been managing supported employment work for several years and has a background in supporting adults with learning disabilities