Progress Lifeline Operator Susannah tells us why she joined our employee-led LGBTQ+ network and why it's important that we have one.
Moving away from the ‘dad has two weeks off when the baby is born’ thought process really helped my family.
As part of a series of Black History Month articles, we speak to Tola about equality, diversity, inclusion, and belonging.
Celebrating LGBTQ+ history month got me thinking about how we ensure workplace culture and the services we deliver to all our tenants are inclusive.
The 'Windrush generation' arrived in the UK between 1948 and 1971 from Caribbean countries that were part of the British Commonwealth.
Our supported living tenant, David, shares his story with us for World Autism Awareness Week 2021.
Ali, our Project Lead at Progress Lifeline, discusses why International Women's Day this year is more important than ever.
Progress Lifeline Services Director, Loraine Simpson, talks about the pivotal role of workplaces as a safe and inclusive place for LGBTQ+ employees.
Bernie Keenan, Deputy Chief Executive discusses the importance of Specialised Supported Housing.
Kulwant Paddan, the Group's Supported Living Housing Manager, discusses why marking South Asian Heritage Month is important.
"Join a board, what me? No chance...! I can't do that; I don't think they are looking for someone like me."
By providing high-quality supported living, we can help people with hidden disabilities live full, independent and active lives.