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Posted by Brian Taylor | 08 August 2019

Williams Syndrome is a randomly occurring genetic disorder which affects approximately 1 in 18,000 people in the UK. It causes physical, cardiac, and mental health problems, sensory, behavioural, social and processing issues and learning disabilities. The Williams Syndrome Foundation is a national charity which offers emotional and practical support for individuals and families with Williams...

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Posted by Brian Taylor | 13 July 2019

WM Housing Group (Citizen) have successfully launched the all-new Tenant Support & Wellbeing Service to help their residents.  The Tenant Support & Wellbeing Service (TSWS) from Life & Progress is a 24/7 confidential advice, information and support-in-the-moment Counselling telephone service.  Launched in conjunction with the recent Mental Health Awareness Week, please click here to read...

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Posted by Brian Taylor | 22 February 2019

Life & Progress has launched an all-new assistance programme specifically aimed at supporting College Students’ aged 16-18.  The traditional Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) is for 18+ Adults and of course supporting people in the workplace, the Student Support & Wellbeing Service (SSWS) stands separate from the EAP dedicated to helping those young people still in...

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Posted by Brian Taylor | 23 November 2018

We are delighted to show you our all-new 2019 Services Brochure.  If you wish to discuss any of the services shown in our brochure by all means, please telephone us on 0808 164 3941 LAP General Services Brochure 2019

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Posted by Brian Taylor | 06 June 2018

Life & Progress is proud to announce that our chosen charity for 2018 is Rainbows Hospice for Children and Young People, and we have selected them to receive our annual charity donation. Rainbows is the only Hospice for Children and Young People in the East Midlands providing incredible care and support to life-limited individuals and their families....

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Posted by Brian Taylor | 25 January 2018

Get more from your 2018 Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) … You like the EAP you have, you like the promotional materials, you like the quality of the service, but for some reason your people are just not engaging with it. You regularly distribute the EAP leaflets and display the posters on the workplace noticeboards. You even...

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