Case studies

Social Prescribing - Eileen Jones

(27/02/2019)

Eileen Jones, 53, went to see her local GP in the Westminster estate of Ellesmere Port when she was struggling with her mobility and personal care.

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Social Prescribing - John Davies

(27/02/2019)

John Davies, 35, was referred from his GP to ForHousing’s Passport to Wellbeing service earlier this year after his relationship with his partner had broken down and he had to move out of the home they shared and into his mum’s house.

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Ms. Burns' journey to Independent Living

Ms. Burns' journey to Independent Living

(20/11/2018)

Ms. Burns is an elderly tenant who lives alone with very little support and was feeling isolated. She had complex health issues and was experiencing very low moods.

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Bridge Wellness Gardens - working in partnership to 'Grow Better Lives'

Bridge Wellness Gardens - working in partnership to 'Grow Better Lives'

(17/07/2018)

We've got power, running water and finally a flushing toilet. The kids now have somewhere warm and dry to have food and hot drinks and it's absolutely changed their lives.

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Why become an involved tenant? Ask Nigel!

Why become an involved tenant? Ask Nigel!

(11/06/2018)

I’ve been an involved tenant now for approximately 20 months and I’ve found the experience to be very rewarding.

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Chloe Boyle

Chloe Boyle

(12/04/2018)

We spoke to our very own CWA to discuss the benefits of an apprenticeship and how it helped her skills and experience in the workplace.

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Getting involved has changed my life - Antony Spurway

Getting involved has changed my life - Antony Spurway

(20/02/2018)

I am very proud of what I have done and looking forward to the future.

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Neil’s new home and journey to becoming a secure tenant.

Neil’s new home and journey to becoming a secure tenant.

(08/11/2017)

Mr Neil Woodhead had previously lived with his partner in a private property not in the area. Following the loss of his partner, the property was no longer appropriate for him and after a stay in hospital, he moved into respite accommodation.

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