Barnet Disability Hate Crime Conference

The London Borough of Barnet invited AFTA Thought to deliver our work exploring Hate Crime with a particular focus on when targeting is because of a person’s real or perceived disability or mental health issue.

British Heart Foundation and Catch On

AFTA Thought are delighted to have begun a new working relationship with Catch On, specialists in developing transformational leadership to support quality and innovation in health care.

Safeguarding Children in Early Years and Schools

The recent Serious Case Review into the abuse of children at Little Ted’s nursery in Plymouth once again highlights the potential for any setting to create the conditions in which perpetrators find opportunities to abuse.

Safeguarding Vulnerable Tenants

AFTA Thought’s Managing Director, Mary Austin, writes about the responsibilities of workers in the housing sector to ensure the safety of vulnerable adults, in 24 Housing Magazine.

Managing Challenging Behaviour

AFTA Thought have recognised an increase in the number of requests to provide our training packages around Managing Challenging Behaviour and Physical Intervention.

Equality Act 2010

As of October 2010 the new Equality Act is law, replacing the Race Relations Act 1976 and the Disability Discrimination Act 1976.

Dementia Care – BUPA

800,000 people in the UK live with dementia. A third of them live in care homes.

AFTA Thought Win Investors In People Silver Award

AFTA Thought are delighted to announce that they have achieved Investors in People Silver status. We have enjoyed the opportunity to celebrate what we already ‘achieve’ and ‘do’; and to review our business in order to improve performance.