Founded in 1985 by parents and carers of people with a learning disability, CASE is a local charity working with local people and their families towards creating better life opportunities. Everything that we do is focused on improving our clients’ lives to help them to grow as individuals, develop their independence and by learning new skills so that they can actively contribute in the community.
CASE Training Ltd, is a Registered Charity (No. 1051587) dedicated to improving the life choices of people with a learning disability living in Hull and the immediate East Riding of Yorkshire. Based in central Hull in recently refurbished premises, it provides support to Adults (16 years+) with mild to moderate learning disabilities who may also have associated physical, sensory and mental disabilities. CASE trainees enjoy a range of training, personal development and social activities underpinned by extensive welfare support which extends to families and carers.
Vision and Mission
Dedicated to the Improvement of life choices for people with a Learning Disability through the provision of high quality Training, Support and Employment opportunities.
Governance of CASE is carried out by a Board of Trustees.
The Board meets approximately four times per year to coincide with important times in the planning and reporting cycle. The Chief Executive acts as secretary and advisor. The Board...
Meet members of the charity team who work hard to improve the lives of local people with learning disabilities.
Centre of Excellence
The CASE Centre of Excellence provides unrivalled facilities and resources to local social enterprises offering employment, training and development opportunities to people with learning disabilities and provides a safe and comfortable...
CASE was founded in 1985 by parents and carers of young people with learning disabilities in Hull and the East Riding of Yorkshire. The establishment of the charity was in response to the lack of appropriate provision to meet the needs of those...
Business Support Group
The legacy of the Hull Daily Mail’s 2003 Charity of the year was the formation of the first community business partnership of its kind in the area.