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Our incredible carers love working at ENS, because of our commitment to mental health, and our compassion for our amazing staff. Here's what our staff have been saying about working at ENS.
The Samaritans are an organisation that supports anyone, anywhere, whenever needed, to prevent the number of people taking their own lives.
Mind is a mental health charity that provides life-changing mental health support and advice.
NSPCC is an organisation that combats child abuse through awareness and prevention efforts.
Gingerbread supports single parent families, helping them live secure, happy lives!
Age UK is an organisation that supports the lives of older people, ensuring they get the support needed for a happy life.
Rethink is an organisation that helps improve the lives of those with mental illness.
Mencap is a charity that aims to improve the lives of people with a learning disability with their nationwide support network.
The National Autistic Society are the UK's largest provider of special autism services, bringing their expertise to the lives of those with the condition.
Dementia UK offer guidance and support for those living with dementia, helping them live with more positivity and confidence.
Alzheimer's society campaigns for change and for funding to find a cure for dementia. This organisation also help support those with dementia.
Scope provides practical information and emotional support to people with disabilities in the UK. As well as that, they campaign to create a fairer society that is more cognisant of those with a disability.
Sense provide advice and support for individuals with a sensory impairment, preventing them from being left out. As well as that, Sense campaign for the rights of people with complex disabilities.
The Challenging Behaviour Foundation focuses on providing support, information and workshops for children, young people and adults with a severe learning disability, described as challenging.
See an adult being mistreated, exploited or injured? Give this organisation a call to report the abuse, and to seek advice on how to approach the situation.
Sylvia developed agoraphobia after the loss of her parents and rarely left the house. Working with Sylvia over time has built up her confidence and now there's no stopping her! From Elvis concerts to ghost hunts, she now has the support to do anything she chooses.