Alice received support from our Employment Support service and is now a Peer Tutor at our Recovery College. Read her story to find out how she is supporting students with autism.
Jess is a Mental Health Support Coordinator for the Emotional Wellbeing Service. In this story, she shares what it’s like to be integrated with other services and how that benefits patients.
Our Digital Solutions Programme Manager, Sam, shares what happened when she and Chief Executive, Neil Blanchard, shadowed the Move On and Outreach Team on an early morning walk around to support rough sleepers around Eastbourne.
Dee is an Activities Coordinator at one of our Learning Disability Support services. In this story, she tells us what her role entails and how it benefits clients.
Service Manager, Gemma, tells us how important and beneficial a My Plan is for clients with learning disabilities.
Our Positive Behaviour Support Team share how they support our clients to live full, high quality lives, in our Learning Disability Support services.
As part of Southdown’s 50th Anniversary celebrations, we spoke to Brian, who has worked in our Learning Disability Support services for over three decades.
The Brighton & Hove Recovery College is partnering with Breakeven to provide workshops for people or family members affected by problem gambling. We spoke to facilitator Neil, about the upcoming course.
We spoke to members of Southdown’s Recruitment Team to find out more about the recruitment process.
In this story our Communications Officer, Vaska, tells us why it’s so important to listen to other people’s experiences.
Learning Disability Support Worker, Chris, shares why she chose to work for Southdown.
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.