Pentreath have opened my eyes to new and good opportunities to help me build confidence and understanding into my situation. Through one-to-one, group sessions, courses, referrals and guidance.  I feel I have gained confidence to start to re-join  “The Real World” by gradual public transport trips, which I can now achieve a very short distance on my own which was once unthinkable.  I now have the knowledge and coping strategies to continue this progress.  They have supported me to retraining courses – although this has been difficult in adult learning arena I would highly recommend Pentreath’s services to anyone with similar circumstances.  Thank you Pentreath!

Before working with Pentreath I rarely left my house and was in a constant state of low mood.  Initially I met with Adam and we went out for walks, played tennis and pool, it was the first time in years I had fun.  I am more comfortable leaving the house now.  Pentreath got me in touch with Cornwall Dyslexia Association and took me to a visual awareness course which was really helpful and I am doing a course with them in January.  I have also started a course with C.M.T. in numeracy and a Job Skills course, although it’s hard and tiring I have attended 5 days a week 9.30 – 4 and I finally feel that I might have a future.  This was made possible by Pentreath, so thanks.