We have recently welcomed Step and Stone Bakery onto our list of support providers. We are working with Step and Stone to offer individuals with the opportunity to develop essential employability skills.
Their Bristol-based bakery, Step and Stone, makes handmade lavosh flatbreads with a social purpose. They work with young people with learning disabilities, helping to develop their skills and confidence so they can eventually move into employment. They are a community interest company, so all their profits are ploughed straight back into the bakery.
Step and Stone - Artisanal bakery in Bristol making Lavosh flatbread with a social purpose. Café coming soon.
We are keen to work with more delivery partners. If you run or work for an organisation that aims to support individuals with learning difficulties or autism into paid employment please contact us via email: email@example.com.
Diverse UK has a job opportunity to manage their Calm Sensory Space at various festivals this year.
This is a sensory space that means that people who love music and festivals can attend them without feeling too overwhelmed as there is always a safe, calm space to go.
There are both paid and voluntary role opportunities if you would like to gain some experience. If you are interested, please visit their Job opportunities page.
National Autistic Society's Autism at Work Programme
The National Autistic Society's Autism at Work Programme, in association with the Bloomfield Trust, aims to increase the number of Autistic people in sustainable, paid employment by making employers aware of autistic talentand the benefits of a truly neurodiverse workforce.
For more information about the programme and to see how it can help please visit the National Autistic Society website.
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