As part of the project, Employment is Everyone's Business (EEB),
Development Team for Inclusion (NDTi) and the British Association for Supported
Employment (BASE) have been working with a number of schools,
colleges, young people and employers to identify ways in which
professionals can work together to support young people into
Today they launch three key resources for schools, colleges,
employers and local authorities.
Huw Davies, Chief Executive, British Association for
Supported Employment said:
"Employers are discovering the skills and enthusiasm that
young disabled people can bring to the workplace. This project has
brought a business focus to meeting the needs of young people as
they move from education into adult life. We've witnessed some
fantastic practice that can be shared across the country to ensure
that young people with disabilities get the best possible start to
their working lives."
You can access all three resources here.