“The government can no longer provide short-term solutions to long-term problems”
Hft has expressed concern over the lack of funding proposals for social care put forward in the Chancellor of the Exchequer's Spring Statement.
Keen runner faces two marathons in two weeks
Richard from Essex is facing the challenge of a lifetime as he tackles the Brighton Marathon - and the London Marathon two weeks later.
Chancellor urged to match words with actions and provide funding to ease social care recruitment crisis
Hft is calling on Philip Hammond to provide vital funding to help social care providers address the ongoing recruitment crisis in the sector.
Hft reflects on outstanding women
This International Women's Day, we're celebrating the achievements of three women who have made a huge difference to the lives of people we support.
First Conservative MP walks in the shoes of people with learning disabilities
On Friday 15 February Conservative MP Neil Parish visited an Hft service in Tiverton as part of our Walk In Our Shoes campaign.
Generous shoppers raise £3,500 for Hft service
People supported at a service in Moreton in Marsh are heading off on new adventures thanks to Tesco's Bags of Help scheme.
Flintshire career changer swaps plastics for support work
Darren from Flintshire worked in the plastics industry for over 30 years before finding his place at Hft as a support worker.
New report “a red flag for the future of social care”, as providers warn cuts could soon be felt by vulnerable adults
Financial pressures could start to directly affect the vulnerable adults the social care sector supports, according to a new report commissioned by Hft.
Ed Davey walks in the shoes of people with learning disabilities
Liberal Democrat MP Ed Davey has spent some time with people supported at our Surrey service as part of the Walk In Our Shoes campaign.
TV legend announced as guest speaker at Bedford charity lunch
Valerie Singleton will be sharing stories from her illustrious career at a special fundraising luncheon held in Bedford this March.