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what people say about us

what people say about us

I just wanted to drop you an email to thank you, on behalf of the Public Service Transformation Academy, for the session you did on Day 3 of the Wirral Leadership Academy on 25th April. It’s thanks to high quality speakers, like yourself, that the Academy is going from strength to strength so we do really appreciate the input you gave. The feedback about your session Angela was very, very positive – the audience loved it. There were a number of comments about how good a presenter you are. They found you very engaging. Thank you so much. Pauline, Red Quadrant

We are becoming increasingly aware that the solution to the crisis facing our health and social care system will be found, to a significant extent, within communities that are better connected, more welcoming and resilient; the work Community Catalysts have done supporting us to develop such communities within Thurrock has been invaluable and enabled us to begin to see our ambitions become reality
Les Billingham l Head of Adult Social Care & Community Development I Adults, Housing and Health

Thanks to all of you @commcats for always #encouraging #supporting #believing #goingtheextramile for us, esp when the going is really #tough
Tweet from Sue Blackwell, Mum of award winning entrepreneur Jen Blackwell at social enterprise Dance Syndrome

What impactful and potentially life-changing sessions run by Helen from Community Catalysts. For many of the people attending this could be the start of a journey leading to a new career and new life. Her approachable style combined with her instant knowledge about the detail of setting up your own care business was just what we were after. Thanks for such a professional service
Kate Newton, Funding and Development Manager, St Albans CVS

I would like to congratulate your organisation and (your project Coordinator) in particular for the fabulous work he is doing in (named area). It is great to see the difference he is making, building on people with a learning disabilities strengths, making community links and bringing people together to make a real difference to people’s lives.  It is so important to change the wider community perceptions of people with a learning disability and highlight the valuable contribution they make by being part of our communities living ordinary lives.  All this is achieved for very little financial cost, more please!      Local Authority – Partnership Commissioning Manager Learning Disabilities