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We aim to inspire and empower you to take control of your life, manage your finances, make decisions about where you want to live and work and how to engage and have fun in your social lives.

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Curriculum overview

Prepare young people to move successfully into adulthood; lead enriched, independent lives, in supported housing where appropriate and possible. Access to work and social opportunities in which to build friendships; to be confident in their use of health care and well-being services and to be an integral part of their local communities.

The curriculum will be based on the following preparing for Adulthood outcomes:

  • Employment
  • Independent Living
  • Community Inclusion
  • Health

English, Maths and IT are important skills to develop and use to make daily life easier, so the chance to reinforce these and improve grades will be offered. 

Specialist features

The unique feature of this provision is to genuinely provide experiential learning that can be embedded in daily life. The provision of a supported housing experience for short periods to enable transferable skills to be reinforced in a practical real life setting is vital. The opportunity to ‘stay local, learn local and live local’ will benefit all involved.

Course length - 1 or 2 years dependent on progress
Residential or day - Day placements only with supported housing experiences
Start Time – November 2021
Max number of students - New Provision 2021 - up to10 students
Age range – 19-25

Autism Wessex is registered in England & Wales under charity number 1000792 at Charity Hub, Portfield School, Parley Lane, Christchurch, BH23 6BP. We use cookies to improve your experience using this website.
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