Future Health and Social Care has a strong commitment to welcoming all.We enjoy having staff and service users from many different countries, backgrounds and life experiences. That way we all learn and value each others’ differences.A recent review of our staff and service user groups revealed that, between us all, we speak a total at least 18 languages including Punjabi, Spanish, Swahili, Shona, German, Patios, Arabic, Mandinka, Mirpuri, Urdu, and Somali.We have staff and service users from all over the world which brings a richness and tolerance to our work culture and community:We encompass a wide range of belief systems and faiths including Hindu, Christian, Muslim, Sikh, Paganism and Buddhism.
And between us all, staff and service users and friends of Future, we have some interesting and unusual hobbies which range from keeping rabbits to making jewellery, from life drawing to dancing the tango, guitar playing to our children . We have a core of creative writers amongst us, particularly poets, and hold Shared Reading and Writing Groups. We have many artists and our ArtShop classes produced some wonderful work.
Our recent staff review also showed that we had huge resources among our staff teams including people trained in British sign Language and Teaching English as a Second Language.
We had also worked throughout our careers with various client groups in addition to those we currently support, including the elderly, people with dementia, people with autism, visually impaired people, deaf people, children and teenagers, refugees, victims of abuse and victims of crime.