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Simply the Best

In this blog Susan Munro reminds herself why she started her blog – to highlight the work of a speech and language therapist working in the field of adult mental health. In this blog Susan highlights three best things about

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Posted in communicating, disability, health, health services, mental health, public sector, working practices

The Housing Associations, Welfare Reform and My Dad

A very personal blog this week from James Walsh who looks at the impact unemployment and welfare reform has had on his Dad. James shares with us the effects of being made redundant, together with ill health, had on his Dad’s

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Posted in budget cuts, family, finance, housing, setting goals


Phil Jewitt reflects not on the past 25 years of working for a local authority but looks ahead to the next 20 years, in a very positive frame of mind – and manages to express it all through a football

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Posted in communicating, family, football, history, learning, local government, websites, working practices

Dusting a Living

Irena gives praise to the invisible cleaners that come in to our offices after dark. Dusting a Living by Irena Souroup.

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Posted in humanity