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Heather & Zoe's Story

Funded by Scottish Government, the Personal Assistants Network Scotland is a WEA Scotland project providing a support network to all PAs working directly for the person they support via Self Directed Support. Heather & Zoe’s Story highlight the difference Self Directed Support has made to them as individuals and as a family and how they have regained choice and control by employing their own Personal Assistants.

Thanks to this course I started to feel more confident and I started to believe in me,
I would very much like to continue studying

ESOL - learner

Made me understand the importance that adult education can play in improving people's lives.

G.M. Volunteer - Falkirk

It gave me further insight into issues adults face with literacy and how I could look out for this with the adults I work with.

PDA SALL - Student

Excellent course, I had very limited knowledge of dyslexia so found this course very useful. Good use of activities and real life examples

Dyslexia Awareness - Student

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