We provide analysis and comment on a wide range of topics related to mental health, learning disabilities, homelessness, domestic abuse and young people services. Several of our spokespeople have experience of using our services, and either work for us or are supported by us.
Many of our spokespeople are available to speak and all are available to comment, whether publicly or anonymously, on their areas of expertise. Please see below for more information.
Contact email@example.com to be put in touch with our spokespeople.
Chris is available to comment or speak on:
Executive Director of Corporate Services
Julie is available to comment or speak on:
Group Operations Director
Guy is available to comment or speak on:
Director of Customer Experience
Nicole is available to comment or speak on:
- Homelessness, complex needs and supported housing
- Supported housing, integrated health & housing pathways
- Young people services
- Criminal justice (housing related support, risk management, property acquisition)
- Transformation, quality improvement and service redesign
- Contract management (major contracts)
Executive Director of Business Development
Rosa is available to comment or speak on:
- Commissioning models
- Sector trends
- Partnership models
Our Experts by Experience (EBEs) have direct experience of using our services. The EBE training programme offers our customers the opportunity to share their personal experiences with our staff teams. When our staff learn from our customers directly they develop the skills to deliver better support.
Contact us to be put in touch with an Expert by Experience in any of the following areas:*
- Learning Disabilities
- Homelessness and Complex Needs
- Mental Health
- Young People and Care Leavers
*Some of our EBEs are not listed here. EBEs are not always available.
Alain is an actor and a poet based in London. He has extensive experience acting on stage. Alain performs regularly in “Stealth Aspies”, a show about life on the autistic spectrum. He works with our support workers instructing them about supporting people with autism/Asperger’s Syndrome.
Alain is available to comment or speak on: