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“The best thing is developing, progressing, growing, and learning new things all the time”
Meet Vital, a Service Manager at one of our supported living services in Brighton and Hove.
"Places like this are so so important. I’ve never come across anywhere else like here, it’s really special.”
Carmen is a Recovery Worker at Preston Park Recovery Centre in Brighton. Here she tells us about her role and the importance of the centre.
"I feel I've completely come into my own"
Rebecca tells us about her career as a Home Works Officer.
"Having really supportive management has really kick-started my career"
Graduate Intern Support Worker, Flik, tells us how Southdown has helped her career.
"The best part of the job? Everything! I love it, I really do"
Meet Ellie, a Support Worker at one of our Learning Disability Services in Brighton and Hove.
"I’d always wanted to come back to this work eventually because it was the job I loved the most"
Julie tells us about her role as a Support Worker in a supported living service after a 25 year break from working in adult social care.
"I think the spirit of Southdown is ‘can do’, it’s a positive culture"
Our Practice Development Trainer, Sharon, has worked for Southdown for 25 years. Here she tells us about the changes she has seen and what makes Southdown so special.
"Finally I feel settled now."
Mark is a support worker at one of our supported living services. Here he talks about his career and how his job has changed his life.
"It’s a privilege to be a part of people’s lives"
Meet Roxy, a part-time Support Worker at one of our Supported Living Services in Brighton and Hove.