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Tweet A question that we are often presented with is “Why do homeless people have dogs?” This case study tells us exactly why.. As humans beings we like to be social which is a good thing as we also need to be social. At a fundamental level if we are to exist as individuals we […]
Tweet This case study is a highly emotive and difficult read from one of our support workers. We have a number of sex workers on our case load and many more who are forced to use sex as currency to get what they need. We are posting this to draw attention to the International Day […]
Tweet You’d be hard pushed to find someone at this time of year, with the weather becoming harsh, the nights getting longer and the focus on festivities, who doesn’t spare a thought for those people they see living rough on the streets of their city. It is natural to see someone suffering and want to […]
Tweet This case study is about loneliness and companionship. It details the circumstances of one of our service users who makes seemingly unwise choices regarding the company he keeps. His support worker attempts to understand the rationale and reasoning for these choices.Names have been changed to protect identity. ‘I currently work with a man called […]
Tweet At Simon on the Streets, on our bad days, people die. This is the sad reality of the harsh lives people who live on the streets lead. The life expectancy of people who sleep rough is estimated as 43 for women and 47 for men.We believe it is so important to memorialise the lives […]