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Daughter looking for work

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snnie
snnie Community member Posts: 3 Listener
edited May 2018 in Work and employment
my daughter has asd and LD plus three types epilepsy she not had diuretic for five months and she would like a paid job how do we go about getting her one  as we tried for ages she don’t even get to interview stage 

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    snnie Community member Posts: 3 Listener
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    I took her to job centre they just put her on support allowance !! No offer off getting help to get job even though I asked tgey daid highly unlikely to find employment 
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  • Donisha_Scope
    Donisha_Scope Scope Posts: 36 Courageous
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    Hi @snnie,

    Thank you for you inquiry.

    You have come to the right place!

    Your daughter may be interested in Scope's Support to Work service as it offers 12 weeks of digital employment guidance. 

    Our advisers can tailor an action plan to support you daughters employment goals, identify her skills and offer assistance with CV and cover letter writing, application support and interview practice. 

    If the you are interested in registering with the service, you can fill out an online referral form on https://www.scope.org.uk/support/services/employment/support-work or alternatively you can call for more information on: 0300 222 5742. 

    Kind regards,

    Donisha 
    Donisha
    Scope Employment Advisor
    Phone: 0300 222 5742
    Email: supporttowork@scope.org.uk
    www.scope.org.uk/supporttowork
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