We support people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, autism and mental health support needs in Cornwall.
We can offer you:
- Support with day-to-day living, at home and in the community
- A supportive home or help finding one
- Fun and social activities in your local community
- Help getting ready for work and finding a job
- Education and training
For people aged 16-25, we offer training in independent living and work skills through ROC College.
ROC College can support you, in your local community, to learn life skills, improve your confidence and prepare for work or living alone.
Wellbeing and community activities
ROC Wellbeing run social groups and Boscawen Farm in the Truro area where you can meet new people, improve your skills and gain qualifications.
Cornwall Supported Employment specialise in supporting people with autism, learning disabilities and difficulties to find work.
We can help you to:
- Find and keep a job
- Find volunteering and work experience opportunities
- Improve your skills and confidence
Contact us, or download our [link: supported employment brochure] to find out more.
Work with employers
We provide training and support to employers to help them successfully employ staff with disabilities. Find out how we work with employers.
Our Post 16 Programme is a bespoke programme for young people aged 16-24 with an educational healthcare plan. We help people overcome barriers to entering the workplace through supported internships, work experience, and training in travel, money management and employability skills.
Who Dares Works is a partnership of 17 organisations, supporting people in West Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to connect with education, training and work. It is funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and the European Social Fund.
Ambitions is a partnership project supporting young people aged 15-24 in Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly to gain qualifications and enter work and training. It is funded by the European Social Fund.
For people already in work, we can support you and your employer to ensure you have the support you need to succeed at work. This is funded at no cost to employers via Access to Work.
We are also a specialist provider for the Working Together Project, which supports adults in the Atlantic & Moor area of Cornwall into education, training and work. This project is jointly funded by The National Lottery Community Fund and European Social Fund.
We also employ people with learning disabilities and autism in our social enterprise, UR Consultants.
UR Consultants is a disability consultancy that helps businesses and other organisations become more inclusive, with accessible information, training and consultancy.
Contact us by phone, email or fill in a short form to find out how we can support you.