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'Super-parenting' improves children's autism: Training mums and dads as "super parents" can dramatically improve a child's autism, a study shows.
Our programme to work with young people who have autism and are still at school is nearing the end of its second year. The programme has supported many young people throughout the highlands to engage with the community around them and to start to think about life outwith school.
Trump: Clinton's foreign policy plan would start WWIII: Donald Trump says presidential rival Hillary Clinton's plan for Syria would lead to "World War Three".
Moving from ESA to JSA? We are currently running workshops for people need some help with getting their foot on the employment ladder.
Third runway at Heathrow cleared for takeoff by ministers: The government takes the "truly momentous" decision to approve a third runway at Heathrow.
Since January 2013 the Shirlie Project has moved 32% of people on the Try It Out contract into employment and 45% into a work placement. The contract which is funded by the Highland Council enables people to get back to work either with support or just some help in the right direction.
Dreamworld: Siblings among dead at Australia theme park: A sister and brother are named as among four people killed at a theme park in Australia on Tuesday.
Since 2006 over 600 people have successfully moved into employment.
Apple iPhone sales fall, but beat estimates: Apple reports its third quarter in a row of falling iPhone sales, but sales beat analyst expectations.
The Shirlie Project is delighted to announce that we are delivering an employment programme for young people aged 16 - 24 throughout the Highlands. The programme will offer a variety of employment skills including work placements. We have also been approved to deliver 2 SCQF qualifications at Level 3 & 4 in Employability and the Certificate of Work Readiness. Please contact us if you are interested in a fun and lively course that will give you lifelong skills.
We are delighted to announce 4 years funding from the Big Lottery which will allow us to continue to deliver employment services for people furthest removed from the labour market.