4 week virtual programme for young people with disabilities, autism or extra support needs in Birmingham

This extensive programme is running for 4 weeks from 8th February with a full programme of events and activities

Book you place on this 4 week online virtual programme before 29th January to avoid disappointment.

Who is welcome to join in?

The programme is for young people in Birmingham aged 14-30 who have disabilities, autism or extra support needs.

All the activities are FREE to do, and they are running online on Zoom. The sessions will run for 4-weeks, starting on the week of 8th February 2021.

Everyone will be asked to come to all four of the weekly sessions. You will find information on the accessibility in the guide attached below.

All the sessions are suitable for people with disabilities including people with a learning disability or who use a wheelchair.

The session leaders will work with you to help make sure the session is suitable for your needs.

How to book your place:

All places need to be pre-booked before 29 th January 2021. Make sure you book early so you don’t miss out! Please contact the session leader to book your space, their contact information is on the listings below. The session leaders will be happy to answer any questions you have. Once you have booked your place, the session leader will send you the link to join the 4-week block of sessions.

If you have questions: If you would like any more information about the programme itself, please contact Zoe on zoe.miller@communitycatalysts.co.uk or 07776 596395

Download the full guide here.

For more information, please email info@youthemployment.org.uk or call 01536 513388.

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