Last week, Steps Training arranged an evening performance of Spectacle Theatre’s show ‘Special,’ for an audience made up of the members of Mark Jermin’s Theatre School. ‘Special,’ a play by Paul Swift, is a story about friendship, bullying and not fitting in. Participatory theatre to facilitate learning “Our goal is to enable young people and
For the past two months, we have been supporting Afasic Cymru as part of our 2017 charity support scheme. Afasic Cymru support parents of children who have Speech, Language and Communication Needs, (SLCN.) Last week, we visited the weekly Youth Club run by Afasic in Neath, Port Talbot, and got to experience first hand the
Meet the Team Colin Dunn Lead Trainer Colin is one of our lead trainers and has been working closely with us for the past 3 years, delivering courses in various areas, including personal safety and conflict resolution. Colin began care work at a local hospital in Cardiff, housing residents with learning disabilities in the early 1980s.
“It is great news that Swansea will be the first Disability Confident city,” Alan Cairns Steps Training were kindly invited to attend the Disability Confident event in Swansea recently, which was hosted by Julian John of Delsion HR. Although the day was insightful and inspiring, we were shocked to learn the following things: There is
Down Syndrome effects roughly 1 in every 1000 babies born in the UK. It is a condition caused by the presence of an extra chromosome in a baby’s cells. Despite popular belief, Down Syndrome is not an illness or a disease – individuals living with the condition are not ‘sufferers’ or ‘patients.’ Here, in honour