Major refurbishment for CASE Training centre now under way
CASE Building Refurbishment
CASE received funding from Social Enterprise Investment Fund to completely renovate the interior and the outside of the building with new room layouts, a lift and full disabled access. The aim was to create a “Learning Disability Centre of Excellence”.
This involved actually making the building bigger, with better facilities and including the NRS building next to CASE. We replaced all the windows and made the building look better on the outside and a more modern but welcoming place on the inside.
CASE are hoping to do a lot with their refurbished building which now includes a complete new layout, better access for disabled people, more flexible rooms to accommodate more people in modern surroundings.
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.