This webinar is the third in the Day Centres Without Walls (DCWW) programme, supported by the European Union's Erasmus+ programme. In this webinar we hear from the team at Values into Action Scotland.
Values Into Action Scotland is a member of Citizen Network and one of the leading champions of real paid work for people with learning disabilities. over more than 10 years they have run a range of important and effective programmes demonstrating that people with learning disabilities can be values employees.
This webinar was hosted by Citizen Network and is part of the Day Centres Without Walls Project co-funded by Erasmus+ and IKY.
The webinar was recorded on 17th September 2020.
Jon Breen argues that employer attitudes to disabled workers are often based on ignorance and that these can present significant barriers to success in the workplace.
The South West Employment Institute (SWEI) commissioned this evaluation of employment outcomes of Project SEARCH (PS) in the UK.
Nadia Clarke describes her success at finding work as a young disabled and deaf woman, and the challenge of getting Access to Work support.
Play Unified is a project to introduce inclusive practices into sports activities and link the Special Olympics movement to mainstream schools and sports.
Kara Bobowski is a social co-operative which works to include disabled people and other groups needing support in the life of the local community.
What is the mission of a social worker in this situation? Jaunuolių dienos centras (JDC) in Lithuania share inspiring their work in the first Day Centres Without Walls webinar.