Creating Jobs

Our aim is to enhance the lives of adults living with SEND by enabling them to become active in their own communities. Imagine a time where those less able are improving the environment for everyone. Our community gardening scheme will help tend the gardens of the elderly and sick under supervision. Each centre will provide shared community space for everyone, creating work and jobs as well as providing a service improving communities and reducing isolation for the elderly and sick people. This service will be expanded to produce revenue and wages for those less able.
This is perhaps the single most important thing we can do for people.
Jobs create wealth, remove isolation, improve self-worth, promote independence.
We define a job as both paid employment and voluntary work.

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Enhancing Lives

The need for our centres will only increase as our population increases and we age. So it is vital that we continue to review and enhance our methods, procedures and activities. Each centre will change and develop to meet the needs of its local community and its members providing a shared space.
This will ensure that these centres are a responsive resource focused on community outcomes.
In particular, they will be places where those less able can access information advice and guidance, jobs, a place to socialise and make new friends.
A centre for respite and relaxation.
A centre to enhance lives.
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Empowering People

The need to improve housing for those with diverse abilities is also increasing. Approximately half a million live with parents, many of whom are over 70. It is our hope that we can work with partners to improve the housing options for people creating safe and caring places where they can live happy and fulfilled lives. We are looking various models including existing housing projects that will involve the potential residents and provide a supportive environment.
Homelessness can be a big problem for some of those in the autistic spectrum due to problems with social interaction. Often it is easier for these individuals to not engage with the services available with the result these vulnerable individuals end up on the street.
Lack of engagement should not mean a lack of care.
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The British Enhancement Centre improves the lives of those with diversity, their families, carers and the communities they live in.

Our Intention

Nationwide cooperation and collaboration to create network of Enhancement Centres, providing jobs opportunities, valuing people and empowering those with Autistic Spectrum Conditions to reach their own unique potential.
Promotion of awareness and the facilities available.

Our Aims

Housing

The need to improve housing for those less able is also increasing with around half a million living with parents, many of which are over 70. It is our hope that we can work with partners to improve the housing options for people creating safe places where they can live happy and fulfilled lives.

A Place for Everyone

Each centre will be a resource for the local community providing a shared space. In particular it will be a place where those less able can access information advice and guidance. Health care, jobs, a place to socialise and make new friends. A centre for for respite and relaxation. A centre to enhance lives.

Networking and Partnerships

The trustees and CEO have vast and practical experience of building networks and partnerships we are using these skills to develop person centred services, and support relevant to each location. In this way we will hope to reduce duplication and improve the efficiency of our organisation.

Improving Communities

Imagine a time where those less able are improving the environment for everyone. One example of this will be our community gardening scheme where we will tend the gardens of the elderly and sick. Each centre will provide shared community space for everyone, creating work and jobs as well as providing a service improving communities and reducing isolation for the elderly and sick people. This service will be expanded to produce revenue and wages for those less able.

Create Jobs

This is perhaps the single most important thing we can do for people less able.

Jobs create wealth remove isolation, improve self worth, promote independence. We define a job as paid employment and voluntary work.

We need 100,000 jobs to be created over the next 10 years. Help Us.

What Our People Say

  • HI Jordan what do you do at the Centre. “I go to work with my friends”

    Jordan

  • ‘Life Changing’

    Steve