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"Creating Independence & Inclusive workplaces"

Progress and Employment Support are on the forefront of promoting personal independence and workplace inclusion in and around Doncaster.


Our services are designed for people diagnosed with a learning or social disability, as well as their employers, families and other support networks.  


We offer Job Coaching, Mentoring and Training support; all which aim to:

  • Change mind sets, to become more forward thinking around learning and social capabilities and barriers.

  • Continually use actual, not predicted, findings and feedback, to help people problem solve and become more independent.

  • Provide the correct level of support needed, in order to boost confidence, ability and moral.

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Our services are designed for people diagnosed with a learning or social disability, as well as their employers, families and other support networks.




Advertising support for people looking for work


Recruitment for Businesses


Work Assessments


Job Coaching Support


Mentoring Support


Communication and Social Support


Emotional Support and Strategies


Goal Setting


Reasonable Adjustments


Time Management


Theory Work Support


Risk Assessments


Travel Support


Intervention Support


Neurodiversity Training


"We help increase independence in work and we fade out our mentoring and job coaching support in accordance to each of our clients work based development, providing employers with a confident, capable, reliable staff member. "


Progress Support provides people with the necessary tools and knowledge to live a happier, healthier and more independent life.




Setting and Achieving Personal Goals


Social Integration


Social Communication, Guidance and Support


Life Skills


Financial Support


Transitional Support for Families & Support Networks


Travel Support


Applications to Work


Interview Preparation and Support


Various Therapeutic Services


Health and Well-being Support

We charge £35 per hour to use our service or you may be eligible for support funding, if you have a diagnosed learning or social disability.


To check if you are eligible for funding please contact the Adult Contact Team on

01302 737 391


and request a care needs assessment you will know whether you are eligible for a personal budget, you can then go on to request support from us using your personal budget.


“Created from fear, powered by passion, driven with hope.”


Created from fear:


My son struggled speaking, avoided social integration and eye contact, was far too loud, had severe sensory issues, eating problems, anxiety, concentration and sleep issues along with routine based obsessions.


I often found him sitting rocking backwards and forwards in the corner of the room with his hands over his ears or head down walking backwards and forwards humming loudly, whilst flapping his hands or hitting his stomach repeatedly. He massively struggled with change, he often used to stimm, scream and hit out.


I was scared, lonely and so confused.


The day I was told he had autism filled me massively with fear and the following questions:


Would my son be able to live a happy, independent, fun filled life? Or would he end up socially isolated, bullied, never work, never have a partner or be able to live independently?


These questions haunted me. I dropped everything I was doing and decided that I needed to get to know and support my son the best I could, I swiftly ran away from my life, and went travelling with my little boy.


Fuelled by Passion:


I was adamant back then and continue to be adamant now that I will find the solutions needed to suppress my own fears and therefore the fears of others.


I have travelled a long way in the years since - dedicating my life to this very cause.


I am so proud to say that my son has overcome all of his earlier difficulties, together we worked tirelessly to find, adapt and use various coping strategies.


Driven by hope:


Our hopes and values are what drive us to better not only ourselves but those who we are privileged to influence and support.


I always held (and still) hold on strongly to hope, that my son will go on to lead an independent, fulfilling life, but I also wish that for every person I meet.


I believe no one should have to suffer in the eyes of difference - due to lack of support, education or forethought.


After years of research, testing and developing new strategies along with a great team around me, I am so proud to share with you all, the following Doncaster based service; which has been created from fear, is fuelled with passion and is continually driven with hope. Our aim is simply to create a more independent & inclusive society


Jenny x



Employment Support Ltd


Photo below is my son aged 3 (when he was diagnosed) he’s now 14.