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Championing one fan’s passion for football

Jeffrey lives at Livability Beaumont Court – a residential home in Northumberland run by Livability – and is an avid fan of Newcastle United Football Club. With help from the the staff team

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Christmas cards made with love

Livability’s Christmas cards are now on sale. The wonderful designs have been developed by people that use our services. Our thanks go to the students at Livability’s Victoria Education Centre

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Curry, care and being a Kylie fan – Why personalised care really matters to Ashaq

This week, Ashaq cooked a curry for dinner. No biggie perhaps, but for Ashaq, this apparently simple task represents a long journey out of pain and loss, with the support of an expert Livability residential

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Designing for Dementia

With 850,000 people diagnosed with Dementia in the UK, and numbers set to rise to over 1 million by 2025, we urgently need to create accessible communities that enable those affected. We talked to Altro,

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Diving beyond limits – A 16 year old sky diving for his school

Birthdays are always special times but for one teenager, his 16th birthday will be extra special. Jacob Whitehouse, who has a life threatening brain disease, is receiving a very special present for his

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East Holton Charity merger with Livability to create more Dorset services for disabled and disadvantaged people

Livability is delighted to announce a merger with the Dorset-based East Holton Charity, known as Holton Lee. Holton Lee’s work includes wellbeing, arts, horticultural and inclusion projects for individuals

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Flowers and fun – the perfect recipe for Livability’s York House garden party

With the summer in full swing, the staff and people that live at Livability’s York House wanted to take advantage of all the season has to offer. The York House community is both lively and welcoming,

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Flowers make Yorkshire community bloom

Walk around Ossett marketplace in West Yorkshire and you’ll see big planters bursting with blooms. Despite the blistering summer weather – even in Yorkshire – the plants are looking in tip-top condition,

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Friendship Really Matters: A supportive community is the key to recovery following spinal injury

Experiencing a life-changing injury can be a devastating blow. Two amazing individuals from Nepal share their experience of spinal injury and how connections in their communities encouraged them to embrace

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Friendship Really Matters: Art By The Sea – How one adult education class brings people together through art

The sea has inspired artists for centuries and this is also true at Livability’s Ashley Place service on the seafront in Bognor Regis, where a community art class called ‘Art By The Sea’

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