ECL partner with ASDAN
We recently partnered with ASDAN to further enhance our in-centre offering.
As part of a customer’s day with ECL (Essex Cares Ltd), customers can now choose to participate in programmes that receive a recognised accreditation and/or qualification from ASDAN.
ASDAN provides flexible programmes and qualifications which are widely recognised by educators for providing an engaging curriculum that empowers students through personalised learning and choice.
We have integrated programmes and qualifications into our day services to support customers to achieve greater independence and make progress towards their goals, as well as enhancing confidence and self-esteem.
At ECL we pride our services on providing flexible and engaging programmes that help adults with learning disabilities develop skills for learning, work and life.
We look forward to the new partnership with ASDAN as a further enhancement of this.
If you’d like to find out how ASDAN could work in with your day at ECL, please speak with your local centre manager or contact us.
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