Celebrating National Apprenticeship Week
This National Apprenticeship Week, we're recognising the achievements of some of the brilliant apprentices we have working across Hft.
Celebrating Valentine’s Day with Luv2meetU
Our award winning friendship and dating agency has sparked romance and friendship far and wide. Meet Scarlett and John, who got together using the service.
Cupid’s arrow strikes for Lorraine and Brett
We're celebrating love this Valentine's Day with Lorraine and Brett, who met four years ago and have been together ever since.
National Safeguarding Adults Week – People we support create new resources
To mark National Safeguarding Adults Week, we're celebrating the achievements of Becky, who has helped to create a new safety toolkit.
Adults with learning disabilities feature in hate and mate crime resource video
Three people supported at Hft Bradford have bravely shared their experiences of hate and mate crime in a new video in partnership with the NSPCC
“I don’t know where I’d be without Hft” – people with learning disabilities star in Sky News Budget Day coverage
Sky News filmed at Hft's Bristol service during this year's Budget announcement. Coverage included interviews with people we support, Robert Longley-Cook and a family member.
Hft Kent staff take on 100,000 step challenge
Eight dedicated staff members have stepped up to a big challenge to raise hundreds of pounds for new equipment at a Hft service.
Access to healthcare – a parent’s experiences
This Learning Disability Awareness Week focuses on access to healthcare for people with learning disabilities. Family carer Madeleine Cowley shares her thoughts.
Volunteers’ Week 2018
This Volunteers' Week, we'd like to say a huge thank you to all of the volunteers who help us make a difference every day.
Hft responds to Royal College of Nursing’s call to extend NHS pay deal to social care staff
With local authorities being the main commissioners of services in most areas, and with many providers already on a financial knife edge, the RCN’s proposals will only work if increases in wages are matched with additional government funding for local authorities to commission social care.