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See me in all my colour

Please do have a look at our latest video exploring the experiences of homeless people of colour in Liverpool. Many thanks to everyone who was involved in sharing their experiences.

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The Homelessness and Brain Injury Project (HABIP)

The Homelessness and Brain Injury Project (HABIP)

This blog by Leigh Andrews, Founder of Change Communication, looks at a project to identify rough sleepers who may have experienced brain injury – a situation first succinctly identified by the Disabilities Trust Foundation – and then see what they can do about it. They call it the Homelessness and...

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Pooling information from across the public sector is improving lives

Pooling information from across the public sector is improving lives

Homeless patients at the Compass Centre, near Bristol’s main bus station, are seeing the benefits of an ambitious data-sharing scheme that was introduced in October 2016 and is being developed at BrisDoc. The aim of the scheme is to pool all available information from medical, psychiatric, social agencies and prisons...

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Neuropsychological Function in Homeless Adults: Two Case Studies

Neuropsychological Function in Homeless Adults: Two Case Studies

“We are too much accustomed to attribute to a single cause that which is the product of several, and the majority of our controversies come from that.” – Marcus Aurelius Much of the psychological literature on homelessness attempts to identify prominent causal factors. Psychosocial factors or unfortunate circumstance (Crane, Byrne,...

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