Inclusive Pathways to Employment: Unlocking the Talent of Neurodiverse Individuals & People with Learning Difficulties in Sussex

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The LSIP team has produced a new report as a key action within the LSIP Intelligence theme of the Future Skills Sussex Improvement Framework to “Build a picture of existing programmes to support people with Special Educational Needs & Disabilities (SEND) and those from disadvantaged groups into employment within key sectors”. Their goal is to foster a more diverse, skilled, and inclusive workforce in Sussex, benefiting not just neurodiverse individuals and people with learning difficulties but the broader business community and society as a whole. The resulting report for Sussex businesses, job seekers and our strategic partners provides:

  • An evidence base of key information regarding neurodiversity and learning difficulties within the workplace, including benefits for employers and the support available to businesses across Sussex.
  • Local provision and examples of good practice.

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