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"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.
"I’ve stayed at Southdown because I work with a great bunch of people"
Beate talks about her career at Southdown and her role as Contract Manager for our new housing service in West Sussex.
"It is literally life-changing. I would not imagine where I am now was even possible"
Former Southdown client Malcolm, tells us why he loves being a Student Buddy and part of the Peers in Partnership programme.
"Being around people with learning disabilities is a really positive thing. It's fun!"
Phil, a Support Worker at one of our Supported Living services, tells us about his role and how it has changed him.
"Places like this give people the chance to blossom in a caring home"
Tim, a Care Support Worker, describes what life is like in a Southdown registered care home.
"At Southdown we want to enable staff to provide good, effective support"
Jenny, Southdown's Training Manager, talks about the training and career opportunities in the organisation.
"Compassion underpins everything for me"
One of our Peer Trainers at The Recovery College tells us about her own experiences of mental health and wellbeing.
"No matter what learning disability you have, what mental health challenge you have, what housing crisis you’re in, and what your past is, you’re treated as an individual and with respect"
Introducing Jasmin, a Receptionist and Administrator at our Head Office in Lewes.