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Support Worker Apprenticeship Programme Success

Our new support worker training has been running for a few months and Anna, one of the participants, explains how she found out about the programme and how it's going so far.  Anna is a new recruit to Peabody, having come from a completely different sector before joining the Support Worker Training Programme apprenticeship. “Before I joined the programme I was working in media production as a video and podcast editor for an arts organisation along with running film production for their bi-annual festival. I had previously completed a Masters in documentary making so my background is completely different from my work at Peabody. Whilst I loved my work as I got to meet a lot of people and hear their stories, once I moved to video editing I started to feel that the work I was doing had no real impact or purpose in society and I wanted to

  • Haircut 4 Homeless Team

Haircuts 4 Homeless visit Arne Court

Residents of Arne Court in the Laindon, Essex, received a welcome visit from the local Haircuts 4 Homeless group.

Arne Court is a very short term supported housing scheme for people who are homeless. As you

Peabody Supports Starts at Home Day 2019

Starts at Home day is an opportunity for housing associations to celebrate supported housing and the positive impact it makes on thousands of lives. We support the campaign and recognise how supported housing helps turn lives

Paws to the rescue

There's a lot of evidence that animals and pets can have a positive impact on mental health but it's not common in supported living environments. That isn’t the case at Pathways, a supported housing scheme

A fun weekend at Centre Parcs

Customers from our Thurrock Learning Disability service enjoyed a fun-packed weekend in Centre Parcs last month. They were supported by staff to plan and save up for the trip and were then accompanied during the break by

Prescott Sports Day

Staff and residents from Prescott House in Burgess Hill, Sussex recently enjoyed a sports day and picnic in the local park.

Pathways Cookbook is here

Customers from Pathways, a specialist mental health supported housing scheme in Bexhill, have worked with staff to create their very own cook book.

Bexhill Happy Stones

Last year, Pathways residents created some “Happy stones” to hide around Bexhill with the hope of brightening someone’s day. This mission has certainly been accomplished! Residents of Pathways, a specialist supported housing scheme in Bexhill

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