Ajay Yadav: Inconsistent Support

Ajay was born in India in 1977. He attended a special school in East London from the age of five to sixteen and then went on to a mainstream sixth form college and on to university from there.

Here Ajay talks about the difficulty of having a different support worker each day.

  • Ajay Yadav


The difficult part was the actual support that was given to me at the college, by the support workers. The only problem was that they wanted to give a different support worker to me every day when I was in class, which was causing me problems because, that meant I had to explain to the support worker what I needed to be done - every day a different lesson, so I had to tell them where my books were, where my pens and pencils were, how I needed to move and be adjusted in my wheelchair.

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