Voices to be Heard make their voices heard in government consultations
Voices to be Heard working to ensure that the experiences of adults with learning disabilities are taken into account by the government.
Barbara tells her story for Trustees Week
Barbara McIntosh, an Hft Trustee for the last ten years, shares her experiences with us ahead of Trustees Week
Meeting the challenge, growing our voice
Hft has created a series of videos, providing an update on what has been a particularly challenging year, both for Hft and for the wider social care sector.
Medals and more at the Special Olympics!
Hft athletes competing at this year’s Special Olympics in Sheffield have come away with stacks of medals and a well-deserved sense of achievement.
Volunteer Week 2017
This Volunteers Week we caught up with a few of our fantastic volunteers to find out more about what they do.
Joyce learns to write
Joyce has been supported by Hft Newcastle for the last 12 years. Thanks to her support worker, her literacy skills are coming on in leaps and bounds.
Christmas comes early for Hft Bolton
The Hft Harrowbys service in Farnworth, Bolton, has received several early Christmas presents, thanks to the hard work of local young people.
“Never say boo to a ghost”
How Molly came to have her own place to live and a team of staff who treat her as an individual.
Voices to be Heard select new Chair
Hft’s Voices to be Heard group have selected a new Chair (and Vice Chair!). We caught up with Gemma and the people replacing her and asked them for their thoughts.
What makes Ryeford Court special?
Our new Ryeford Court service has been purpose built and equipped to address the unique circumstances that someone with both a learning disability and dementia faces.