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A day at CASE
There is no such thing as a typical day at CASE, however we have put together a guide to what learners can expect when they come to CASE:
What are learning disabilities?
A learning disability is an impairment in intellectual functioning with additional difficulty in social situations or life skills. Someone with a learning disability, for example, may be able to live an independent life but may find everyday skills...
Every service user at CASE will have a dedicated welfare officer who will offer many aspects of additional support.
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Each year, CASE takes part in the Rotary Games – an Olympic-style event for people with disabilities, which is organised by Rotary Clubs in Yorkshire and Lincolnshire. Hundreds compete in sports such as boccia, archery, swimming,...
What Trainees Say About CASE
Trainees from CASE share their thoughts about CASE and what it means to them....
What Parents Say About CASE
The parents of trainees at CASE share their thoughts of what CASE means to them....