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In July, Brighter Futures went on the James Watt show on BBC Radio Stoke to take part in the quiz “Watts The Answer”.
Each day we were given five questions and an hour to find the answers. Thanks to some fantastic team work from everybody across the organisation, customers and volunteers (as well as help from staff members parents) we managed to get full marks 25/25.
Since then it’s been a nervous wait to see if we were series champions. Today we found out the exciting news that nobody was going to be able to beat our score in this current run and we are champions.
We would like to thank James and Susan at BBC Radio Stoke for inviting us to take part in the quiz and of course a massive thank you goes to everybody who helped us with the answers.
We’re supporting the National Housing Federation’s #StartsAtHome campaign.
The campaign aims to highlight the unique benefits of supported housing to show why it is so important to retain Government Funding.
More than 400,000 people live in supported accommodation throughout the UK, and Brighter Futures looks after almost 500 people in supported housing.
As you may already be aware the funding system for supported housing is currently being reviewed by the Government, after which a new funding mechanism will be set up. Brighter Futures are joining the Starts at Home campaign to help secure Government commitment that everyone can have a home that meets their unique needs.
Brighter Futures Learning Disability service provides supported housing and floating support for people with learning disabilities. The scheme brings together services that support people to live more independently and to make positive choices and take control of their lives.
Take a look at the video below of Will’s story, showing how Brighter Futures have helped him through supported housing.
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