Our No Limits programme includes support from Job Coaches supporting students to develop their employability skills.
We work in partnership with Further Education and Independent Specialist colleges to provide an inclusive and flexible model of education for young people aged 16 and over.
The unique MacIntyre No Limits approach enables young people with Autism, Special Education Needs and Social, Emotional and Mental Health Needs to continue their education and develop skills in preparation for adulthood.
Learners are enrolled directly at their local college and receive an individualised and engaging programme of education facilitated and overseen by MacIntyre No Limits. We can work with learners from their home, and more importantly in their own town where they can best apply their learning and where they will live as adults. We can also support young people within the college environment with all our programmes providing a bespoke personalised timetable aimed at developing skills for a successful transition to adulthood.
No Limits works with young people and their families and will work collaboratively to identify and achieve their long term goals in a way that is engaging and makes sense to them.
With support from MacIntyre No Limits, Erin has taken part in a work experience placement at Festive Road MK.
With the support of MacIntyre No Limits David, aged 21, has been undertaking an ongoing work experience placement at Basil's Farm.
It wasn't long before Nathan's interest in teaching began to inspire not only the students at a local school, but the staff there too.
When MacIntyre first met *Emily, she found taking part in new experiences a challenge, had limited confidence and often felt anxious.
Lyn Mawhinney shares her thoughts on Keith’s journey with MacIntyre No Limits.
Part of MacIntyre’s purpose is to make a positive contribution to the lives of children in need of support.