A Support Worker with short blue hair smiles at the camera. She is wearing a dark orange cardigan, stripey top, and a lanyard around her neck.

“I love my job”

Learning Disability Support Worker, Chris, shares why she chose to work for Southdown.

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“I feel 100% safe to be who I am at work”

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.

A Learning Disability Support Worker stands in garden wearing a mask and stripey top

“I feel like I’m part of a big family”

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.

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“We continue to work exceptionally hard for our tenants”

Sarah tells us about the huge variety of projects she’s involved in as our Housing and Property Services Senior Manager.

A black woman wearing a green top sits at her laptop smiling at the camera

“Diversity, equality, and inclusion in any workforce is vital”

Introducing Alysha Burrell, Southdown’s new Board Member!

A woman with short hair wearing glasses looks at her desktop computer

“By having a chink of light at the end of the tunnel it brings hope and focus”

One of our Community Navigators, Rebecca, tells us how she has adapted her support for clients during the pandemic.

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“We managed to get most rough sleepers into temporary accommodation”

Our Tenancy Sustainment Officer from the Housing First service tells us how support has been adapted during the pandemic.

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“Despite the lockdown we are still housing people!”

Tom, a Tenancy Sustainment Officer for the Rapid Rehousing Pathway Project, tells us how the service is supporting rough sleepers during the lockdown.

A woman with long blonde hair, wearing glasses and a white t-shirt sits at her home desk

“We’re a community-based service so since the lockdown 50% of our work has changed”

Becky, a Manager from the Employment Support service, tells us how her team are continuing to provide support to clients during the national lockdown.

worker with brown wavy hair sits at computer with headset on

“When I was in need I needed something like the Central Access Point”

Lee tells us about her role as a CAP Navigator for the UOK Brighton & Hove mental health network in Brighton and Hove.

A woman with blonde hair and glasses helps a man with casual shirt on count money

“This way of working completely fits into my life”

Molly tells us the benefits of being a Bank Support Worker and how the flexibility of this role has enabled her to go to uni and work as an Occupational Therapist at the same time.

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“The level of support, training, stability, and professionalism to keep clients and staff safe is excellent”

One of our Learning Disability Service Managers tells us why he’s been working for Southdown for over 20 years.