Daisy

Staff-Daisy-GodberI started working at Space Inclusive as an Apprentice. Coming straight from school, my knowledge and skills about this sector were very limited but I knew this field was where I wanted to work. Mt inspiration for wanting to work with people who have learning disabilities came from a member of my family, as it had given me the feeling of wanting to help others.
Since working here each day gets better because of the guys we work with they are all unique and truly amazing they are the reason that I that love every part of my job and have no regrets about my career choice here at Space Inclusive.

Owen

Owen attends Space Inclusive at Mansfield Woodhouse for support in independence, social and home skills. He has gained many friends who in turn value his friendship. He now takes on responsibility of helping others for e.g. assisting other clients with measuring food items, helping when out shopping. Owen has worked on his independence and now travels independently to and from Space Inclusive. He has also taken trips further afield with his friends outside of Space travelling as far as Sheffield.

Owen has also been supported into a work placement at Cancer Research Charity Shop in Sutton in Ashfield. He has a huge passion for transport and we were able, with great thanks to Paul Ellis Auto’s at Huthwaite to secure him a work placement once a week at a car garage maintaining vehicles.