Choices 4 All is a training provider for people with learning disabilities and difficulties, supporting learners into employment and independent living.

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Choices 4 All : Reach Your Potential.

Choices 4 All is a training provider with a difference.

It succeeds with individuals, aged 18 years and over, who have learning disabilities and difficulties who need a training approach to be responsive to their learning style and access needs.

The training approach used by Choices 4 All caters for those students who do not flourish in the more conventional training environment.

Choices 4 All offers training to learners in life and living skills, functional skills of English, Mathematics and Information Communication Technology, catering and hospitality skills, employability skills and independence.

Choices 4 All's training is geared to those students with learning difficulties who wish to acquire comprehensive employability and independent living skills and successfully gain progression into employment or further education.

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3 Successful Stars with Learning Disabilities

Learning disabilities can create educational and social challenges to those who struggle with them. Despite their learning obstacles, the following stars are living proof that students struggling with learning disabilities can achieve their dreams.

1. Keira Knightley: British star Keira Knightly wanted to be an actress since she was a toddler, but it wasn’t an easy task. Knightely was diagnosed with dyslexia at the age of 6. Knightly credited her struggle with dyslexia for making her tougher and teaching her how far tenacity could take her.

2. Orlando Bloom: Like his former Pirates costar Keira Knightely, Orlando Bloom is a diagnosed dyslexic. Bloom spent his youth struggling with his learning disability and turned to the stage for an outlet. Bloom believes his disability helped create a strong work ethic, which helped launch his successful career.

3. Whoopi Goldberg: This multi-talented star can do it all, but she didn’t always feel like she could succeed. Whoopi was an undiagnosed dyslexic up until her adult life. Many of her teachers told her she was slow and dumb. Despite her childhood struggles with dyslexia, Whoopi went on to find great success as a performer