I would like thank the staff and people of My World for the opportunity
Last year I got an an opportunity to work in a nice small house that caters for people on the autism spectrum it resides in a small quite village with rolling fields and picturesque surroundings.
I have been working ever since I was 15 years old so I have been in employment for over the same amount of time! I have always found that work makes a place is the people in the place it not about how a building looks or if its new or old it is about the overriding ethos in the placement you work and that for anybody counts.
I am pleased to be apart of a team that has a strong ethos which is grounded, emphatic, person-centred and realistic in its delivery and support. I feel that could be ported over to any job regardless of if the person has disability or not.
Paul Isaacs 2016