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The Yume Project is made up of a team of dedicated and experienced staff.  We are a friendly, lively and dynamic group of carers from all walks of life.  Everyone has their own unique list of talents, skills and interests, which combined together allows us to provide a comprehensive range of activities and services. 
 
We are confident that we are amongst the best trained staff team operating in West Berkshire. We are open and willing to take on any new training to meet the changing needs of individuals, to maintain our high level of training and to continually expand our service. 
 
Our staff team has a wealth of experience in various settings including residential, supported living, local authority day services, employment, respite services, schools and end of life care settings. 
 
Currently our staff have a minimum of 4 years experience supporting people with disabilities with some staff exceeding this with up to 14 years.  During this time, our staff have developed particular expertise in a number of areas, these include challenging behaviour, complex physical needs, epilepsy, supported employment, transition, arts and crafts, autistic spectrum disorder and dementia. 
 
We enrich our team by welcoming the support of volunteers who bring their own experiences, talents and interests to The Yume Project!
 
To find out more about volunteering and opportunities at The Yume Project, please contact us!
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