Our work has been featured in a number of external publications in the last year, and we’re proud to be leading the way when it comes toinnovation and the quality of support we offer.
Treat Me Right!
Our Treat Me Right! project delivers awareness training to health and social care professionals and other services across the capital. The training means that professionals are better able to understand the experiences of people with Autism and learning disabilities and make reasonable adjustments to the way services are delivered.
Solidarity in a Crisis is our out-of-hours support service for people with mental health support needs. It isrun by peer supporters who have lived experience and aims to reduce isolation by providing non-judgmental support before people reach crisis point, guiding themtowards appropriate professional support where necessary.
At the beginning of the year, Fulfilling Lives LSL commissioned a research and evaluation partnership and a collaboration with New Philanthropy Capital, Groundswell and the Centre for Regional Economic and Social Research at Sheffield Hallam University. Through Fulfilling Lives LSL’s work, it was identified that access to services, transition through services and the way that systems behave towards people facing multiple disadvantages are key areas in a person’s journey.