2022 Update from The Dreadnought Centre’s CEO

2022 sees some exciting developments for The Dreadnought Centre. 

Following a formal tendering process we are delighted to announce that we will be continuing to deliver our Aspires project for children and young people with a diagnosis of an Autism Spectrum Condition.  We are entering our nineteenth year of delivering this project and are excited about the opportunities this continued funding brings.  Look out for new opportunities to join the Dreadnought Aspires team coming soon.

We are currently looking to recruit workers to join our Kernow Connect project; working one to one with young people aged 11+ who are experiencing issues which are impacting significantly on their day to day functioning.  Please visit our website for details of this job opportunity and how to apply.

We are endeavoring to provide all of our services face to face when possible, whilst acknowledging that we are still not free of the impact of COVID 19 regulations.  This means, on occasion, if a worker is required to self isolate, we may offer online sessions or a replacement session. We appreciate the patience and understanding of our service users and their families in these situations.

As we begin a new year we welcome a new Carbon Emissions policy to the Charity.  As of December 2021 we are thrilled to share the news that we are a carbon neutral organisation. Please keep and eye on our website for full details of this exciting development for the Charity and our environment.

The Dreadnought Centre is proud to be safeguarding the wellbeing of children and young people,  today and for their future.

Sara Jane Perrins