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As it's have a look at 's new course 'Dementia friendly environments'. You can see further details about the course and others here -
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Habinteg Housing May 23
Passionate about accessible housing? We're looking for a new Head of HR & Facilities who can represent 's ethos of inclusivity and diversity. You'll work with our exec & snr management teams & bring energy & enthusiasm to the role
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Habinteg Housing May 23
In case you missed it - "Why are so many wheelchair users being overlooked when it comes to building new homes?" Hear 's response on to here - 1:08:50 to 1:09:25
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Habinteg Housing May 23
Replying to @potentialprodz
Thank you for your kind words - if you want us to pass any compliments on to our staff members do drop us a DM :) have a great day.
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potentialproductionzmusic May 22
It is important to give praise where its due. We can get caught up in the drama of a negative experience or situation that it sets us on a cycle of complaining. Thank you to the staff who go above and beyond. You are appreciated. I chose to lift you!
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CAE May 22
Gain an understanding of dementia and design principles for dementia friendly environments 's course on 25th June - book here .
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CAE May 22
It's see 's thoughts on creating inclusive designs for people living with dementia here -
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Habinteg Housing May 22
"Why are so many wheelchair users being overlooked when it comes to building new homes?" Hear 's response on to here - 1:08:50 to 1:09:25
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Sheron Carter May 21
Good meeting with Tenant Forum today. Great to hear from tenants that we are working better together and moving in the right direction
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Nic Bungay May 22
Good to speak this morning about homes & to hear about experience of in finding somewhere to live: we need to see changes nationally & locally to improve this situation for disabled people
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Access Advisor ASAS May 21
We will be attending at City Hall on 18th June as part of Small Charity Week providing 1:1 advice for small charities in London
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Habinteg Housing May 21
It's . We're looking at practical ways in which we can make environments dementia-friendly. This course looks at how environments can be designed or adapted for safety, to improve quality of life and increase independence.
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Habinteg Housing May 15
A rewarding and free course open to charities and community groups across London looking to promote accessibility and inclusion
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Habinteg Housing May 17
excited to see how this progresses into your perfect home!
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Habinteg Housing May 17
It’s Spinal Cord Injury Awareness Day 2019. This year’s focus is on . It’s vital communities include disabled people & offer homes that meet their needs & provide independence. See ’s story about finding her home here
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CAE May 16
It’s great to see the impact of our work award winning performance space. CAE worked with the design team to achieve a significant improvement making both the theatre & recital hall accessible.
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Habinteg Housing May 16
In case you missed it - "Should we use the word ‘disabled’?" Great insight here by actor, columnist and campaigner on the social model of disability in her piece for - . She's also a great asset to 's advisory group.
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Margaret Taylor May 15
Great to hear from Andrew Gibson today Policy Academy Foundation Workshop on The Policy Environment with
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Habinteg Housing May 15
A rewarding and free course open to charities and community groups across London looking to promote accessibility and inclusion
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Habinteg Housing May 15
In report - ‘Disabled people can experience serious deterioration in their mental wellbeing due to living in unsuitable accommodation’ while ‘accessible housing can transform people’s lives for the better.’
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