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The Inclusion Project Cambridgeshire

The Inclusion Project Cambridgeshire

The Inclusion Project is an innovative initiative that is aimed at  young adults with learning difficulties (16+). It is a community based project that promotes a healthy, social, active and inclusive environment for all our participants throughout all our activities. We help our participants develop social relationships with their peers in the community whilst promoting a healthy lifestyle and accessing activities with staff. We also help develop independence throughout our activities. (please see our leaflet)

The timetable on our leaflet is a basis that we are starting with and as we grow we will include more varied activities as we continuously develop and ask for suggestions from participants and parents alike. 

The Inclusion project is fully established in Hertfordshire and Rachael is bringing the inclusion project to Cambridgeshire so more people with learning difficulties can access the activities we provide. 

Who to contact

Contact Name
Rachael Waddingham
Contact Position
Area Manager Cambridgeshire
Telephone
E-mail
inclusionprojectcambridgeshire@gmail.com
Website
Inclusion Project
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Where to go

Notes

The inclusion project operates and uses various locations throughout Cambridgeshire as we are community based.  

Other Details

Costs

Table of costs
Table of costs
AmountCost Type
£12.50 per hour
£20 per hour
Details
We offer a 3 participant to 1 member of staff ratio at 12.50ph and a 1-2-1 ratio at £20ph. All costs include the use of transport. Participants would need extra for activities

Availability

Referral required
No
Referral Details

We work with adults with learning difficulties 16+ with various abilities and needs. 

There are no criteria to use our service, as long as we benefit our participants in what we do.

As we develop, we would be able to signpost to other services in the area. We currently work with Mencap and The National Autistic Society who would be beneficial in assisting his, however as we meet more and more services we will have a better idea of who to recommend.  

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