My Independence Programme (Asdan Awards)

My Independence Programme (Asdan Awards)

The key aims of the My Independence programmes are to raise aspirations and specifically address the needs of young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), severe learning difficulties (SLD) and moderate learning difficulties (MLD) through meaningful and creative learning opportunities.

 

Each programme provides a real-life context to reward achievement and foster the personal, social and work-related abilities of all learners by focusing on a person-centred planning approach.

Who is it for?

Young people of all abilities, mainly aged 19+.

The key aims of the My Independence programmes are to raise aspirations and specifically address the needs of young people with profound and multiple learning difficulties (PMLD), severe learning difficulties (SLD) and moderate learning difficulties (MLD) through meaningful and creative learning opportunities. Each programme provides a real-life context to reward achievement and foster the personal, social and work-related abilities of all learners by focusing on a person-centred planning approach.

My Independence has been created in collaboration with NDTi, nationally recognised experts in special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) and co-designed with a range of practitioners. The programmes can be used within an existing curriculum or to shape a curriculum that promotes preparing for adulthood outcomes

 

Facts and Figures

  • Flexible, multi-level programme

  • Internally moderated

  • Accredits 10-60 hours of activity

Requirements
 

Learners must present evidence of their activities in an organised portfolio or e-portfolio.

This will contain:
 

  • a record of challenges completed, with supporting evidence for each challenge

  • recording documents, showing how learners have planned and reviewed their activities

  • summary of achievement, highlighting skills development

  • personal statement
     

Course Content

My Independence courses have been developed around the four preparing for adulthood pathways:
 

  • friends, relationships and community

  • employment

  • good health

  • independent living

ORR Solutions Group Limited 
7 Bell Yard, London
England, United Kingdom

E: Info@orrgroup.co.uk
T: 0300 030 1099 
  
Company Number: 11546188
VAT Number: 341251048

     

 
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