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“Curiouser and curiouser”, said Alice.

I’ve worked in mental health for years and have always refered participants with financial issues around their support needs to the experts. My focus was on addressing issues of a different kind with them. As a support planner, however, I find myself very involved in the financial reality of my clients daily lives. This is new to me. So … Continue reading

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The white rabbit has a beer

Following my first client visit I was sitting drinking a cold beer (much deserved you must admit!) and enjoying the early evening sunshine outside a Pub in little Venice while I waited for some friends. I was musing over my day and found myself thinking about how wordy  it … Continue reading

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Down the rabbit hole

I was counting on at least six weeks classroom time before the challenging “real people” stuff began. Thats how I like it- cram me full of information before showing me a client. “Alas” and “shock – horror” though, this was no gently sloping rabbit hole but a steep, steep … Continue reading

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