Adults with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities

Adults with Learning Difficulties and Disabilities (ALDD)

Our broad learning programme offers courses throughout Buckinghamshire, supporting adults with learning disabilities to develop independent living and work skills in a collaborative and creative environment.

• gain independence
• enhance their employability opportunities
• develop their communication skills
• develop their decision making and problem solving skills
• engage with and participate in the community
• have the opportunity to maintain physical and mental well-being
• develop maths and English skills
• gain confidence to make friends and develop social skills
• acquire skills which have a positive impact on their everyday life

Our dedicated Tutors and Learning Support Assistants provide a personalised learning journey for every student that is challenging, varied and fun. All we ask from you is commitment.

For more information, phone our Course Co-ordinator Teresa Meredith on 01296 398957 or 01494 778 203 or email tmeredith@buckscc.gov.uk

What our learners say:

“Coming to my class has helped me meet new people and build my confidence” Claire Chilton

“I am doing a cookery class and have learnt how to make lasagne which is my favourite” John Stroud

“I love my woodwork class, I never thought I’d be able to make a table, but I have and all my friends think it’s amazing” David Fuller