The Charity Is Hosting a Gala Dinner With The Bootleg Beatles
Lawyers from the Leeds office of national law firm Irwin Mitchell are supporting Hull-based charity, CASE Training Ltd, as it holds its Gala Dinner at the Bonus Arena with entertainment provided by the Bootleg Beatles.
CASE was founded in 1985 by parents and carers of people with learning disabilities. It’s a local charity that works with local people, and their families, towards creating better life opportunities.
The charity is hosting the return to Hull of the world famous Bootleg Beatles, on Saturday 27th October. The event will take place at the state-of-the-art, music and events complex, Bonus Arena in aid of the charity.
Sarah Coles, a Partner and medical negligence specialist at Irwin Mitchell in Leeds, said:
Expert Opinion“We see first-hand the fantastic work that CASE do and we are proud to regularly support their events that help showcase this.
“I’ve got a feeling their 2018 Gala Dinner is going to be no exception, and I am looking forward to being able to get back to supporting the charity on the night.
“As well as the superb entertainment, the night will also be a chance for people to learn every little thing about the great care and support that CASE provides for local people with learning disabilities, here, there, everywhere.” Sarah Coles - Partner
Steve Rusling, marketing manager at CASE, said: “Everyone at CASE is excited for this event. It’s been a long and winding road to get it arranged, and I am sure everyone will have a wonderful evening.
“In the excitement, it’s important not to forget why we do events like this.
“At CASE, we are dedicated to the improvement of life choices for people with a learning disability. We believe this improvement can come through the provision of high quality training, support and employment opportunities.
“We deliver a wide variety of courses and workshops which are practical, fun and with embedded opportunities to learn skills such as numeracy and literacy. Individuals can choose topics of interest to them.
“We work with other bodies, schools and families to support transition from schools or other provisions to CASE. We offer individualised transition plans which could include taster days or work experience for young people at school.
“Everyone receives a Support Plan & Individual Learning Plan (ILP) which is reviewed every eight weeks to ensure individuals are happy, supported and achieving their own goals. The Training Staff are friendly, supportive and dedicated to continuous personal development.
“If you want to learn more, then we urge you to contact us or come down tour Gala Dinner in October, where there will be something for everyone.”