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Getting a job

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Doing jobs around the home

Doing chores at home will help your young person with SEND develop skills for work

Choosing a job

Advice and guidance to help a young person with SEND choose a job

Types of work

Your young person with SEND may want to work part-time or full-time, start a business, volunteer or get work experience

Norfolk Employment Service (NES)

Support for your young person with SEND who is looking for paid work, voluntary work, an apprenticeship, work experience or further training

Local Supported Employment programme

For adults with learning disabilities and/or autism. Help to find a job and stay employed

Careers advice and guidance

Sources of careers advice, information and guidance for your young person with SEND

Finding and applying for jobs

How and when your young person with SEND should apply for jobs, tips to help them and how to prepare for interview

Apprenticeships and traineeships

A way for your young person to learn new skills, and get work-related qualifications on the job

Support and help at work

Support and help available at work, for your young person with SEND

Working Well Norfolk

Support for Norfolk residents living with long-term health conditions to start and stay in work

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