I was welcomed into The Case Training community and had an extraordinary day visiting thier main site and meeting the staff and students. What struck me about this community was the warmth, humanity, respect, understanding and support that was clear to see in every gesture, word and action. The portraits I hope convey the warm and supportive nature of this community.
CASE was founded in 1985 by parents and carers of adults with learning disabilities and is dedicated to the improvement of life choices for these people through the provision of high quality training, support and employment opportunities.
CASE provides education, training and therapeutic services for adults with learning disabilities and associated conditions which include Epilepsy, Asperger’s Syndrome, Dyspraxia, Autism, Cerebral Palsy, Mental Health, Down Syndrome, Fragile X, ADHD and Global Development Delay.
Case supports over 100 clients from Hull and East Riding to gain the skills and confidence needed to live full and independent lives.
Portraits are of Steve Rusling, Ian Green, Jackie Glenn , Daniel Aubrey, Anne Pritchard, Lisa Smith, Anna Haydon, Julie Stephenson, Carol Cawood, Abigail McLoughlin, Paula Gordon, Michael James Miller, Kevin Fieldsend.