We strive to transform how people with disabilities connect with their communities. What makes life livable is never down to just one thing. It’s the sum of many things: from support to signposting; mobility to freedom; education to employment; and friendship to community.
In support of Mental Health Awareness Week 2021 Livability is launching a new Wellbeing Journal and a daily wellbeing email directly to inboxes.
This Mental Health Awareness Week, we catch up with Livability staff member and long distance runner, Edgar, who is taking on an extraordinary challenge on 25 May
Captain Sir Tom Moore’s message that ‘tomorrow will be a good day’ touched millions at the height of the pandemic, with his famous fundraising walk raising nearly £39m for the NHS.
Now the 2021 Captain Tom 100 Challenge gives us all a chance to honour Captain Tom’s memory and make tomorrow a good day for a charity we care about – and we’d like to invite you to take part with Livability.
Our carers are facing new challenges today. To support everyone who depends on our services, Livability’s care teams have shown tremendous courage, resilience and creativity this year. But with the pandemic ongoing, every day brings new challenges to make sure our residents stay motivated, happy, fulfilled and stimulated.