A business has been set up in Redcar to get teenagers with autism or learning disabilities into work.
The shop on the high street, called Kraftilicious, is selling Christmas goods, all of which are made by the teenagers.
The idea came from businessman Frankie Wales - his daughter has autism and he noticed there are few opportunities for school leavers.
Kraftilicious gives teenagers the opportunity to practice skills they will need in the workplace.
It is now encouraging larger businesses across the region to get involved and use the skills available.
The teenagers are now setting up a website and doing market research to test what will sell well in the New Year.