Sad news but Neil’s legacy will live on

Sad news but Neil’s legacy will live on

It is with the deepest regret that we report that Alternative Future Group’s Chief Executive Neil Campbell sadly passed away on 9 September.

Chris Hannah, Chairman of AFG’s Board of Trustees said:

“This unexpected loss has come as an immense shock to all of us and our deepest sympathy goes out to Neil’s family, friends, colleagues and many business contacts that he made during his career and his 12 years as CEO at AFG.

“Anyone who met or worked closely with Neil will know that his heart and soul was deeply engrained within AFG. He was incredibly passionate and proud about the life changing care and support that AFG provides to its beneficiaries. He spent his entire career – starting as a nurse in the NHS – dedicated to helping others. During the past 12 years as our CEO, Neil truly lived our values and gave his all to the people that we support, whilst at the same time driving the organisation forward. Neil’s legacy will live on.”

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Laurence Leads the Way

Laurence Leads the Way

Alternative Futures Group’s (AFG) Laurence Nelson is in the vanguard – having completed a course which will help AFG to better support people with complex support needs.

Practice Lead Laurence recently completed the Centre for the Advancement of Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) Coaches Programme, funded by the Manchester Health Transforming Care Agenda. The aim of PBS is to improve the quality of the life of the people who are being supported and the quality of life for those around them – meaning that people receive the right support at the right time.

Laurence said: “The course looks to improve support to people in Greater Manchester with challenging behaviours – aiming to ensure involvement, planning and an evidence-based approach. It has expanded my knowledge and networks and it should ensure that the support we give will be considered.”

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