Travelling with friends is much better than travelling alone and for Ian and Guy, this was certainly the case.
Ian had been working with staff to develop his independence, by learning to travel to work. Not only had he learned the new bus timetable but he had also been developing his time management skills too. However, it wasn’t long before Ian an expressed an interest in travelling with his friend Guy.
Ian’s staff said:
“This was the first time he had travelled with another learner whom he knows, which was a step up.”
Staff began to quickly develop a plan to help Ian and Guy to begin travelling together. As a result, the gentlemen successfully walked to the bus stop together and got to work on time. They are now thoroughly enjoying travelling together.