CSV Respect Us - A Qualitative Evaluation Report, Beth Tarleton, August 2012

Respect Us - A Qualitative Evaluation Report. Cover thumbnailCSV Respect Us project impact evaluation report by Beth Tarleton, August 2012.

The CSV Respect Us project enables young people aged 14-25 with moderate learning disabilities  projects in their local communities thus helping their transition from school to adulthood.

Young adulthood is a very ambiguous time of life for everyone, especially for 14-25 year olds with learning disabilities. Making choices about the next stage in their lives can be very daunting.

CSV Respect Us works by empowering the young people to take part in group-based volunteering activities. Getting involved with real life experiences through volunteering equips people to feel more confident to deal with change in their life.



Please note, the Respect Us project is no longer running.


CSV Respect Us Project Evaluation Final Report August 2012.pdf300.88 KB