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Yvonne, a mum we support, talks about the difference the Brighter Futures Project has made to her and her son

Posted on Monday 11 June 2018

Yvonne and her son, who are supported by our Brighter Futures Project explains the impact the programme has had on her and her son’s life

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A mum explains the impact our Brighter Futures Project has had


Carers Charter radio interview on Belfast 89

Posted on Wednesday 19 October 2016

Agnes Lunny, Positive Futures’ Chief Executive, interviewed about the need for a Carers Charter on Belfast 89 radio station.

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Carers Charter Belfast 89 Radio Interview


Girl denied an education in plea for understanding

Posted on Tuesday 04 March 2014

Kirstie Greer (16) & our Chief Executive, Agnes Lunny speak on BBC Radio Ulster about Kirstie’s difficulties in the education system.

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Kirstie Greer and Agnes Lunny on Radio Ulster 28.02.14


Gareth McKenna

Posted on Friday 10 January 2014

Gareth spent a lot of time in hospitals. With support from our Lakeland Supported Living Service, he now has control of his life.

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Gareth’s story


Noel Curran

Posted on Friday 10 January 2014

Noel lives independently in Newry, with support from our Southern Area Housing Support Service.

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Noel’s story


Aaron Weyl

Posted on Friday 10 January 2014

Aaron lives with his parents Joyce and Richard in Bangor. He has autism and a learning disability and used to be supported by our Bangor Families Service.

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Aaron’s story


David Millar

Posted on Friday 10 January 2014

David is autistic and lives in Lisburn with his family. He is supported by our Lisburn Families Service.

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David’s story


Grainne Breslin

Posted on Friday 10 January 2014

Grainne, a former volunteer, is now employed by our Lakeland Families Service.

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Grainne’s story


Dessie Gallagher

Posted on Friday 10 January 2014

In 2002, at the age of 23, Dessie expected to spend the rest of his life as a patient in Muckamore Abbey Hospital. His transition from hospital ward to a full life in the community was brought about through our Sperrin Supported Living Service in Omagh, Dessie’s home town.

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Dessie’s story


Jackie Robbins

Posted on Friday 10 January 2014

Jackie is supported by our East Coast Supported Living Service in Bangor.

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Jackie’s story