Youngsters with learning disabilities to receive care training

A school for care training for students with learning disabilities will soon be open in Eindhoven. This is reported by the Eindhovens Dagblad.

This concept originated with an organisation called Prins Heerlijk, and is already up and running in Tilburg. The training will start in September in Eindhoven, in cooperation with Summa College (school for vocational training).

At the new training youths will learn how to care for the elderly. They are aged between 16 and 27 years old, and will get intensive support due to their learning disabilities.

Care givers, Vitalis and Sint Annaklooster, will provide work placements. These institutions have a shortage of personnel. Earlier this year the cargivers warned about shortages in the workforce in care homes.

Source: Studio040
Translator: Maurice

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