Be good at what you're good at.
SENDCode is an innovative approach to supporting young autistic and socially isolated people to develop interpersonal, communication, employability and independent living skills which will allow them to aspire to worthwhile careers in the digital and creative sectors.
We're so proud to have been involved with this research. We always believed that devoting time to listening to the views, hopes and aspirations of our SENDCoders is the most important thing we can do. You can read about about the Excellence Award here.
Having research to prove that our approach is the right one is key to us being able to work with more young people, who have often been forgotten by the systems designed to support them. You can read more about the research project here.
We are so proud to have had such an impact in our first year as a Community Interest Company. Hope you like this very SENDCode way of telling you about it!
Here is a a short film recorded and produced by one of the participants on the We Love Mcr funded Covid-19 recovery programme .
What a talent with a great eye for production and somebody who definitely needs to get out of the home and into a digital workplace as soon as possible!
Check out his photographic skills too on his website.
We are so excited to be working in collaboration with Greater Manchester Autism Consortium, Content Creators Renardo Jones , Ben Simpson, Digital Advantage and their rising star Beck Cromack-Hough in the production of their #GMEnablingEmployment campaign which promotes positive stories and experiences from real people in Greater Manchester , living or working with people with autism or learning disabilities.