The brewery is paving the way by creating a broader, more inclusive employment offer for people with learning disabilities. Their tap room in Sydenham opens this week.Read More
International Day of Families aims to increase knowledge of the social, economic and demographic processes that affect families. This year’s theme is about “families and inclusive societies” and how society can give equal opportunities to all families, so this year we would like to make some suggestions on how we can make society more inclusive of people with learning disabilities and their relatives.Read More
We first met Parmi Dheensa around this time last year at the Houses of Parliament.
We were excited to have been invited by our MP, Tulip Siddiq, to a Christmas meetup for members of our community working to improve the lives of her constituents. Believe it or not, we aren’t invited to the Houses of Parliament all that often.Read More
We have some very exciting news!
We are pleased to announce that we will be recruiting two apprentices to work with the How Do I team beginning early 2018, as part of our Shoot to Skill development project.
This programme is open to everyone – but we hope to receive applications from people with additional needs like learning disabilities.Read More
It’s Learning Disability Work Week! We here at How Do I are passionate about cutting away the barriers to employment for people with learning disabilities. We know it’s the right thing to do – everybody deserves the chance to share their talents with the world!Read More
We are so excited to have been covered in the July-August issue of Special Children Magazine. Annie Grant wrote about us in her article, Promoting Independent Living: "It was while Tom Casson was teaching lifeskills to young people with learning disabilities that his idea for an app to promote independent living skills was born."
Read all about it here: TwitterRead More
There are a lot ways to describe the conference: inspirational, helpful, exciting… The biggest challenge, perhaps, is to describe the Zero Project conference in a way that doesn’t sound overly contrived. The truth is that it meant many things to us, and introduced us to some of the most innovative and passionate people involved in inclusive education and assistive technology today.Read More