The Cedar Foundation:

Many people with disabilities face challenges in accessing and participating in employment and training.  To help tackle these barriers Cedar offers a range of services across Northern Ireland to help individuals gain qualifications and develop the skills required to find/retain a job, transition through education and get involved in the community.

Working together with individuals, their families, and other professionals, we build links with training providers, colleges and support services. We work closely with employers to encourage and support them to provide job placements and employment opportunities.

Our employability services are aimed at people (age 16+) with disabilities including physical and sensory disabilities, brain injury and individuals with a diagnosis of ASD or long-term health conditions.

We provide a number of programmes across Northern Ireland for both children and adults which can help individuals to become more actively involved within the community.  We can support the development of interests and hobbies, skills and school transitions. 

We also facilitate networks for people with disabilities to connect with others, make and maintain friendships and explore the opportunities available in the local community. 

At Cedar we provide a range of Living Options. Accommodation  that is suitably and sensitively designed to meet the individual needs of people who have brain injury, physical disability and sensory impairment, as well as for people who have learning disabilities.

Services include Supported Living in independent apartments or bungalows, registered residential homes providing 24 hour care and housing support services.


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