Case Studies

Inclusive Employment – a parent’s perspective: Carla and Josh

Inclusive Employment – a parent’s perspective: Carla and Josh

When Joshua (Josh) left full-time education, he was keen to enter the world of work. Carla too, wanted Josh to have employment in the form of either a voluntary or paid position. She wanted him to be doing something worthwhile and to have a sense of purpose.

  • Published: 6th June 2022
Harry

Harry

When the pandemic took hold, Harry Sims was forced to abandon his fledgling career as a self-employed hairdresser. While hunting for a new job, a friend referred him to ECL’s community care team and he’s so glad they did…

  • Published: 21st April 2022
Julie

Julie

The pandemic brought the issue of work-life balance into sharp focus for us all. It led many who’d been feeling overworked and under-appreciated to reevaluate what they really wanted out of a career, and for some it acted as the final push they needed to make a change. That’s certainly true for Julie, a former teacher turned Community Care Assistant with ECL.

  • Published: 21st April 2022