Presentation on theme: "Enham Paul Hambling Head of Industries. For 90 years Enham has worked to improve equality of opportunity, Access to employment, independence, and quality."— Presentation transcript:
Enham Paul Hambling Head of Industries
For 90 years Enham has worked to improve equality of opportunity, Access to employment, independence, and quality of life for disabled people by providing a person centred approach to learning programmes, Employment opportunities, and a range of housing and care options, supported with charitable donations and ethical commercial initiatives. What is Enham?
History 1918 – Rehabilitation and employment for ex-service men 1945 – generous gift from the people of Egypt. Village renamed Enham-Alamein
Housing and Care We provide opportunities to achieve greater independence: Residential Care Supported Living Personalised Development Independent Living skills training
Employment Services We deliver a range of route2work programmes and advisory services that are tailored to individual needs. Self employment Full and part-time employment Work preparation courses Residential Training
Commercial activities Social enterprises to support Enham’s wider charitable objectives Additional revenue streams aiding the development of direct services Employment opportunities Improved quality of life
Mount Industries Designs and manufactures school and office furniture to a high standard supplying customers all over southern England.
Enham Packaging and Storage Packaging Bespoke Packing, Product Labelling, Gift Packing, Shrink-wrapping, Mail shots and Sachet Filling Assembly Manual Assembly Solutions, Literature Collation, Carton Assembly & Sealing Storage Handling, stock control and pick and pack facilities. Commercial, document, self Storage and Pallet Wrapping
Enham Nursery A commercial grower providing plants and shrubs to garden centres and nurseries in Southern England. Our pride and joy is the Enham Star Clematis bred in-house and supplied nationally to garden centres.
Café Enham Café Enham is a unique community café scheme based in Portsmouth - serving the community and fulfilling a vital role in providing real employment, training and volunteering opportunities for local people with disabilities.
Enhams Future Over 3,000 disabled people access Enham’s services each year and Enham’s vision ‘is a society where people with disabilities are valued as individuals and are enabled to achieve their full potential, with a person-centred approach to give each client the maximum personal choice.’