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Julie’s Inspiring Piece in Care Talk Magazine

In the world of supporting adults with learning disabilities in their journey towards meaningful employment and independence, few voices resonate in East Anglia as profoundly as our very own Julie Harrold, the Employment and Travel Training Lead at the Assist Trust. We’re proud to announce that Julie’s expertise and insights have been featured in CareTalk Magazine, where she’s shared her thoughts on the importance of co-creation in supported employment for adults with disabilities.

Julie’s dedication to her work and her unwavering commitment to empowering individuals with disabilities have been evident throughout her time with us. Her passion for creating a more inclusive and empowering environment for our program participants is truly remarkable. Now, the world gets to hear her voice on a larger platform.

In her thought leadership piece, Julie delves into the vital concept of co-creation. She underscores the significance of involving our members, their families, and the support team in the collaborative design of individualized employment and travel training plans. It’s not just about providing support; it’s about co-creating a path that allows every individual to thrive and succeed.

Julie’s insights resonate deeply with our values, as we’ve long believed in the power of collaboration and the unique abilities of every person we serve. Her article in CareTalk Magazine further solidifies our commitment to this approach and sheds light on the incredible work that Julie does every day.

We applaud Julie for her dedication and for being a leading voice in the field of supported employment and learning plans. Her thoughtful contributions will undoubtedly inspire positive change, not just within our organization but across the broader community of caregivers, advocates, and employers.

We encourage you to read Julie’s thought leadership piece in Care Talk Magazine to gain a deeper understanding of the impactful work she’s championing. Her words are a testament to the potential and possibilities that exist when individuals with learning disabilities are given the support and the platform they deserve.

Thank you, Julie, for your unwavering commitment to making the world a more inclusive and supportive place, we are incredibly fortunate to have you as a part of our team.

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