Introducing Lifeways’ Knock Knock campaign for Dignity Action Day
Knock Knock… who’s there?
It’s our #DAD2021 campaign.
We’re all used to hearing the words ‘Knock Knock’, followed by a punchline.Read more
How Lifeways trained more Support Workers during the COVID-19 pandemic
Each month, Lifeways inducts several hundred new Support Workers, and other colleagues.
And as the UK’s largest team of support professionals, proper training is absolutely essential.Read more
‘So incredibly proud’: After 9 months on the treadmill, Brian reverses his diabetes
A treadmill and a fantastic Support Team have helped Brian, an individual we support at Lifeways, reverse his diabetes.
Several years ago, Brian, who lives at one of our supported living services in Liverpool received his diabetes diagnosis.Read more
From a secure setting to living in the community: How Lifeways’ support changed four women’s lives
Lifeways was asked by a council in Devon to support three young women and an older woman who had all been in a long-stay secure hospital.Read more
Why men should seek a career in support
We believe the representation in our workforce should be a direct reflection of the people we support.
Currently, close to 3 in 10 people who work at Lifeways are men. We’ve got a view to increase that number considerably in 2021.Read more
‘They went way further than just the extra mile’: What families and guardians said about Lifeways in 2020
Families and guardians of the people Lifeways support across the UK said the best thing about what we provide is our focus on promoting independence and person-centred support.Read more