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Supporting Young People and Adults with Learning Disabilities or Autistic Spectrum Disorder

Supporting Independence

We want young people and adults with learning disabilities in Doncaster to gain and maintain their independence, whether that is finding the right sort of accommodation, securing paid or voluntary work, accessing community groups or improving their daily lives.

  • Here, you'll find a list of services, charities, and other community groups available across Doncaster, offering support with employment, benefits advice, social gatherings, craft and hobby groups, training and skills support, peer groups, volunteering programmes, and more.

Community Services for Adults with Learning Disabilities in Doncaster

Luke is 25, and he has Autism.

He worked with a local specialist job coach to find support employment in a restaurant and he is now a full-time Chef. Although his parents were initially quite worried about Luke breaking into the world of work, he has flourished. He is now financially secure and his independence increases every day. His goal is to buy his own place.

Hear his story:

Last reviewed: 23/01/2018