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Man, 32, becomes first Brit with Down's syndrome to become fully qualified scaffolder – The Mirror

Wednesday, 23 February, 2022

Man, 32, becomes first Brit with Down's syndrome to become fully qualified scaffolder – The Mirror

Todd Scanlon has Down's syndrome and works as a scaffolder (Image: Tom Wren / SWNS.com)

 
A man is to hit new heights as the first Brit with Down’s syndrome to become a fully qualified scaffolder.
Todd Scanlon, 32, was offered an apprenticeship by a company four years ago and has since impressed with his eagerness and professionalism.
He has also recently been accepted onto a course to gain his qualifications.
Read more at: https://www.mirror.co.uk/news/uk-news/man-32-becomes-first-brit-26210242

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