Sally was referred to our Parenting Programme by the head teacher of her daughter’s school after she became disqualified from receiving Housing Benefit and was faced with a Possession Hearing. See how we helped her.
New technology seems exciting to many people, but to some the thought of using a computer strikes fear in the heart.
Maggie, aged 23 was referred to the InSpired to Work Programme from the Job Centre Plus. Although she had been volunteering for a number of organisations, she had remained unemployed since graduating from university.
Joy is a 20 year old new mum to a three month old boy. Joy had experienced domestic violence from her son’s father and she was involved with Social Services because her son was on a Child Protection Plan due to the violence. Help was given through via inSpire’s Parent Support Programme.
When Artic (ART In Communities) suggested we ran some sessions on learning how to use tablets there was a resounding ‘yes please, I have got one but do not know what to do with it’.
Through joining our football sessions, youth club and then BMX-ing, Ona went on to build his own bike with the help of Cycle Works.
Lilly a regular participant of activities for young people at 2InSpire tells us of her experience coming to the centre.
Our InSpired To Work Programme secured an initial 4 week placement at an eCommerce consultancy for Susan which then led on to a permanent contract.
Linda has been a regular attendee of our weekly Art Group on Tuesday mornings and this is what she had to say…
Janet came to InSpire because her 16 year old son was extremely angry and she was having a lot of problems dealing with him and felt in need of urgent support.