Our Impact

Asperger’s Syndrome prevented Charlie* from socialising

“I could not use a bus.”

13 October 2016|Number of views (2501)

Charlie* was extremely anxious, vulnerable and struggled with social situations when he was first sent to the Work Programme. Charlie has Asperger’s Syndrome so did not socialise with anyone other than his parents.


Darren* found it difficult to talk to people face to face

“The interventions seem to be well planned with something to learn.”

13 October 2016|Number of views (1670)

Darren*, aged 22, lives in St Austell. He achieved good GCSE passes in maths, science and IT.  He had been unemployed for more than a year having previously completed some administrative work experience with a coach company


Robert is looking forward to a bright future

“Prospects helped me a lot towards a clear and bright future. It’s been a great experience, and a lot of what I have done, I never thought I had in me!”

05 September 2016|Number of views (1945)

Robert has been out of the workplace since 1997 following an industrial accident. Robert was keen to get back to work, preferably driving or outdoors.


Ricky gets a job to provide for his two sons

"Prospects has given me the confidence and help to get back into work."

05 September 2016|Number of views (1814)

Ricky, 32, has been out of work for over a year.  Having previously worked as a packer and driven a forklift he wanted to return to work to provide a better life for his two young sons. 


Andrew gains the reassurance he needs to start working

"Lisa has supported me to overcome the concerns I have and now I am not afraid of going into work and want to stand on my own two feet."

05 September 2016|Number of views (1823)

Andrew was referred to Prospects after living on the streets in Cornwall.


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