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ILEAP have continuously improved services based on Stakeholder feedback. The anecdotal evidence submitted by our Members and their Families has been collated and provides an incredibly strong tool to showcase our work and prove to funders that our work is valued and is making a real and measured difference to the lives of vulnerable people and their families.

Please take a few moments to have a read through some of the past comments from previous years and please continue to provide this important feedback. Thank you.
Members comment from 2017
Many thanks again to you and all the team for providing the activities and giving our young people the opportunities.
Parents comment from 2017
Many thanks for the continuing service, which is fun and safe. The choices are vast, something for everyone!
Parents comment from 2017
My Son really enjoys the adult sessions at the Pub and the Meals. He is doing what other young people would do at his age but with a little support and they always have a brilliant time with brilliant Staff. Thank you
Parents comment from 2017
ILEAP's Marketability is great that our Daughter is involved in a project which produces high quality, original and desirable  objects which we feel there is a real market for.  To hear she has been using a sewing machine at the sessions is great and seeing some of the things she has produced, all be it with help, is very pleasing. 
It's great that ILEAP, are trying to give its members meaningful and productive projects, this often seems to be lacking for people with learning difficulties.
Living and running our own business in Stratford we know the market well, and feel it would benefit from the lovely products the ILEAP sessions produce and give its members a real sense of achievement.”
Parents comment from 2017
"We feel craft making is very good for fine motor skills and can be a very calming activity.
Most importantly ILEAP is the only organisation in this area that provides these activities for learning disabled young  people so it needs funding to keep going.”
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