Developing ICT skills and networks of support.
Inspire Me provides practical activities, training and community learning to give young people aged 14-25 with a learning disability the opportunity to build their confidence and learn new life skills.
The aim of Inspire Me is to give young people with a learning disability the chance to change their lives by developing skills and changing attitudes in society. Browse the pages below to find out more about what we're doing.
Shortlisted for the Youth Work Award
Inspire Me has been shortlisted for the Youth Work Award in the Children and Young People Now Awards 2013. The award is for the initiative that has done the most to help young people achieve their potential through informal education and participation in positive activities. Winners will be announced on Wednesday 27 November 2013.
The Inspire Me project has been designed to create opportunities and provide support to young people with a learning disability.
We deliver fun, inclusive workshops for young people with a learning disability aged 14-25 to build confidence and life skills, with a chance to gain a qualification.
Community Impact Projects are the chance for young people to make a positive difference in their community and experience volunteering.
Young Ambassadors are inspirational role models who use their life experiences to make a positive impact on the lives of other people with a learning disability.