From inspiring stories from the people we support to examples of Person-Centred Active Support in action, find out more about what's been happening around Hft.
We’re pleased to confirm that ABF The Soldiers’ Charity, who have been supporting Hft for over 25 years, have generously awarded our charity a grant of over £16,000.
Hft South Kent's meeting rooms are almost unrecognisable, thanks to a Screwfix grant and a lot of hard work.
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.
The Hft Harrowbys service in Farnworth, Bolton, has received several early Christmas presents, thanks to the hard work of local young people.
How Molly came to have her own place to live and a team of staff who treat her as an individual.
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.
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.
Mr Nadhim Zahawi, the MP for Stratford Upon Avon accepted an invitation to visit one of our Worcestershire Area services.
Hft was saddened to hear of the recent death of Patron Ronnie Corbett
Grant given to Hft to help support dependants in the Army family with learning disabilities.
Hft is saddened to announce the recent death of former Chairman Bill Peck.
Hft is one of just 41 training providers who currently hold this accolade.
A time capsule buried twenty five years ago by people supported by Hft, a national charity for people with learning disabilities, has been unearthed at James House, York.
Carl's support worker and friends helped to make his dream of becoming a radio star a reality.
In South Oxfordshire, Hft's Milton Heights service recently celebrated the achievements of some of the people we support there, who are part of the Bytes program
A new pilot scheme which is being led by the Volunteering Team is aiming to tackle the problems of loneliness and isolation for the people we support.
The COAST Project has continued to evolve in recent years, and today we celebrate some of the achievements of the current students and look at the future plans for the project.
We have three charitable projects which are being considered by The Aviva Community Fund - and we need your votes!
Personalised technology (PT) was given the thumbs-up by Lancashire County Council recently when we were recognised by their commissioning services.
When student police officer John Woodward was offered a placement at Hft Kent, he had no idea what to expect…
Hft's Fundraising department are increasing awareness of how fundraised donations can help change the lives of the people we support.
Congratulations to Ross and Tracey from Kent who have overcome learning barriers when working towards their QCF Award.
More job opportunities, an improved site location, and a Mayoral seal of approval...
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