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Learning Disability Support Worker, Chris, shares why she chose to work for Southdown.
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In this story our Communications Officer, Vaska, tells us why it’s so important to listen to other people’s experiences.
Financial Inclusion Team
Introducing Simon, a member of our Financial Inclusion Team, which has been created to increase financial and digital inclusion for clients accessing Southdown's services.
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Tia, a Deputy Manager in our Learning Disability services, shares her experiences of working at Southdown during the pandemic and the support she received during her transition as a woman.
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One of our Support Workers tells us what it's like to work with clients with learning disabilities who are living in our Supported Living services.
Sarah has long blonde hair and is wearing a navy polka dot blouse. She sits in the garden and is smiling to the camera.
Sarah tells us about the huge variety of projects she's involved in as our Housing and Property Services Senior Manager.
Board Member
Introducing Alysha Burrell, Southdown's new Board Member!
Community Connectors
One of our Community Navigators, Rebecca, tells us how she has adapted her support for clients during the pandemic.
Housing First TSO
Our Tenancy Sustainment Officer from the Housing First service tells us how support has been adapted during the pandemic.

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