Treloar's was represented by Admissions Manager, Jennifer Catlin, and Treloar's Direct Project Manager, Deborah King, who spoke to visitors about the School and College, as well as Outreach Services.
Jennifer said: "We were delighted to attend Naidex at the ExCel centre in London's Docklands. The two-day event was a real 'what's new' show, providing visitors with an enormous display of the latest equipment and technology along with advice and guidance from professionals within the community.
"We are also very pleased to see both current students and alumni - some of whom attended as long ago as 1950!"
Preparations for the next appearance by Treloar's at Naidex in spring next year are now well underway, at which the Treloar's Trailblazer - a state-of-the-
Treloar Disabled School and College prepares it's residential and day students for the many challenges of adult life by concentrating on the whole person. We create unique plans for all abilities and dreams – from independent living and personal development, learning skills for life and gaining qualifications.
The college is proud to be considered one of the top disabled colleges in the country. At Treloar’s, we strive to achieve the highest standards, and ensure regulatory compliance, in everything we do. Both the School and College are inspected regularly by Ofsted.
For more information on Treloar’s Trust please visit http://www.treloar.org.uk/
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Treloar School and College are operated by Treloar Trust which provides education, care, therapy, medical support and independence training to young people with physical disabilities from all over the UK and overseas.