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Introducing the new Griffith Life Skills Centre

Introducing the new Griffith Life Skills Centre

The Griffiths Therapy and Life Skills Centre has officially opened.

The new centre is to help students living with extreme complex needs to maximise their potential, giving them the valuable knowledge to lead an independent life after college.

The cutting of the ribbon was a chance to thank donors who made the Griffith Therapy and Life Skills Centre possible including Education Funding Agency, The DM Thomas Foundation for Young People, The Albert Hunt Trust, The Sobell Foundation, The David and Claudia Harding Foundation and Chartham Park Golf Club.

Carol Long, Chief Executive at Young Epilepsy, said:

This new addition to the Young Epilepsy campus will see the students gain vocational qualifications, practical work experience and life skills which will boost their chances of finding work and living independently after Young Epilepsy.

We are so grateful to our supporters and donors that made the Griffith Therapy and Life Skills Centre possible. They are truly helping to create better futures for these young lives.

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