In their own words, some of our clients and mentors tell their individual stories about what LTM means to them:

Giorgio Cossu

Giorgio his 30’s was diagnosed with Asperger’s syndrome with many behavioural issues however with the right support and attention he has become a real ‘Role Model’ for so many.  Whilst with LTM Giorgio completed his level 3 mentoring qualification was selected to receive the ‘East of England Adult Learning’ award.  

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Stacey Humfrey

 

Stacey has been diagnosed as a young person with severe learning disability, autism and psychosis and hallucinations.  She also suffers from extreme anxiety and mood swings and finds it difficult to manage her emotions.  However she has been proving to be a real STAR at LTM with her impressive singing talent.

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Hammad Qazi

 

Hammad is a young person who has complex learning and communication disabilities along with physical disability (he is a wheelchair user). Before he started attending the LTM Life Skills provision he struggled with his communication and relating to others. Now Hammad is a lively outgoing and very welcoming young man who has settled in extremely well and is able to relate and express himself better. He is also emotionally aware of people around him and is most of the time the centre of attention with his peers.

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