Our Approach to Real World Learning

Preparing Young People with Autism for the Workplace

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We recognise that one of the biggest concerns is what will happen when a young person with a learning difficulty leaves school at 19. The aim of Real World Learning is to prepare young people with learning difficulties for life and the workplace, so when students leave us they have the skills and knowledge to get a job and sustain work.

Current research shows that only 15% of young people with an autism spectrum diagnosis are in sustained, full-time employment and we are passionate about changing that statistic.
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