Autistic woman lands job training others with autism and learning disabilities

News, 16th January 2017.
Autistic woman lands job training others with autism and learning disabilities
An autistic woman who graduated from a skills training course has now been taken on by the training provider to support other people taking the course.

Hilary Morgan (pictured), 21, from South Shields, who has an autism spectrum condition as well as spina bifida and uses a wheelchair and crutches, completed a skills training course with AutismAble and has now been taken on as an apprentice by the organisation to support others.

AutismAble works with young people aged 16-24 to help them fulfil their potential, providing free full- and part-time courses in skills to help prepare them for employment, and in vocational subjects ranging from art, photography and film making to business studies and customer services. Free education and training is available up to the age of 24 for anyone with a learning disability.

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