Social justice

Cost can be a major factor in preventing people from getting the support they need. D&A believes that your social economic background shouldn’t be the deciding factor in whether you can access support. That’s why we run courses that are accessible to all.

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Digital Inclusion and Homelessness

There is a strong correlation between homelessness and undiagnosed learning differences. Research also shows that 44 percent of homeless people have a mental health diagnosis, in comparison with 23 percent of the general population.

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Journey to Employment

D&A co-delivered the J2E Pilot in Southampton, as a specialist partner offering training on Assistive Technology (AT) and strategies derived from lived experience of disability. The J2E programme is a Jobcentre Plus initiative designed to support disabled job seekers into work, focusing on things such as CV writing, job searching and interview techniques.

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