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Your past doesn’t dictate your future…

Sam had already gone through an incredible journey before joining MOTW.  She’d battled her addictions and was abstinent of alcohol, yet she didn’t believe she could get her life back on track and find work due to her criminal…

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We won’t give up on you

When Malcolm joined Moving On Tyne & Wear he had been unemployed for four months and was very depressed and isolated.  He had no qualifications from school and needed a career change due to his health conditions but didn’t…

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Everyone is Able

We pride ourselves on our resourcefulness and ability to adapt our service to suit the needs and requirements of our participants. When David joined the programme back in November 2019, he didn’t feel comfortable to meet in person or talk…

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The benefits of work placements

Not all our participants like to be named, and we respect their privacy.  This particular story is about a participant of ours who would like to remain anonymous (we’ll call him C), but he still wanted to share his…

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Step into Volunteering

Adrianna, our previous Programme Administrator spent 3 weeks volunteering in Southern Spain. Find out more about what she got up to, what she learnt, and what she came away with by watching this fabulous video she created on her return. [video…

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“I can get a job”

Read the story behind the ad campaign – how one woman’s outlook was transformed from not believing she could, to knowing that she CAN get a job. We recently welcomed a participant, who, for the most part of her long…

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Achieving the inevitable, not the impossible

Edward joined Moving On Tyne & Wear having never had a proper job, thinking he never would.  But we didn’t agree… Edward graduated from University in 2018 and had been actively volunteering ever since, but he was finding it difficult…

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The future is bright

This is David’s story… “I moved to Newcastle in September 2019 and contacted Moving On Tyne & Wear in March the following year. I felt like my autism was preventing me from finding a job as I had been unemployed…

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