Independence SkillsIndependent living skills take all of us many years to develop. Sometimes, as we reach adulthood, we might need some extra support with the last elements of preparing to live independently.

Often, this work goes hand in hand with mentoring, or follows a series of counselling sessions. This is because a relationship has already been established and then the practical work can be well supported.

Often, young people with ASD, Dyslexia and Dyspraxia, Social Anxiety, or various Learning Differences have benefited from support around Independent Living Skills.

Support can be offered on a very practical level; getting out there and doing it together, and in doing so, increasing familiarity and building confidence.