Read: David's story - Understanding Schizophrenia
David, a senior support worker at Lifeways is one of the estimated 20 million adults who suffer from schizophrenia worldwide. David is living a normal life and is determined to inspire other people living with schizophrenia and to continue to remove the stigma surrounding it.
Read: Paul's story – a record-breaking Paralympic medallist
Paul, who lives at Pensby Road – one of our supported living services was born with Cerebral Palsy, but despite this he has always believed that anything is possible as long as you put your mind to it.
Watch: Tom's story
When Tom held the keys to his own home for the first time, he knew was finally able to start his new life. He enjoys going out, meeting new people and is learning new skills such as cooking – all with the support of the Lifeways team.
Watch: Simon's story
With the help of Lifeways, Simon has made the move out of his parents' home and into his own place - where he's gained bucket loads of independence, along with still having support on hand where needed.
Watch: Sam's story
Supported living has given Sam a place of his own to live for the first time. Having complex learning disabilities, Sam finds reassurance in the support and supervision meaning he can live safely and comfortably.
Watch: Ken's story
With the support of Lifeways, Ken has gone from feeling negative to being excited for the future - now enjoying bodybuilding, socialising and finally reaching his ambition to go on holiday to America.