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In the UK, one in five people have a condition or disability which affects their ability to learn.  This may be a disorder or a learning style which is not suited to classic teaching styles.  Learners in this situation can find themselves struggling to keep up and having to work harder than their peers to achieve results.

Many people only discover their learning difference until well after they have finished their courses.  Support Connect exists to ensure that Apprentices, Students, and other learners who have conditions or Specific Learning Differences (SpLD) can access support for their learning.

Support Connect will work in concert with Training Providers and Employers to put in place direct 121 support (self-management, organisation, mental health, autism, ADHD etc.).  Alongside that support is assistive technology which can include software for reading and writing assistance, supplied on a leased laptop, specialist displays, physical reasonable adjustments Dictaphones and more