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News from the Hoffmann Foundation Autism charity London - Hoffmann Foundation

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Written on 16th April 2012 by Hoffmann Staff

" Good afternoon.

 

     I am just getting in touch to let you know what a fantastic job has been done at Hoffmann to bring you to the point you are at now. I am a former employee from over 10 years ago - when I joined "Hoffmann de Visme Foundation" as Personnel officer when the head office was based in Crouch End.

 

     I joined an organisation desperately stuck in the past and struggling to find new ways to assert itself in the sector. It always struck me that the biggest asset Hoffmann had was it's dedicated staff teams. From the head office and out around the homes, in the day centre and even the small psychology team who were forced to work in what amounted to a broom cupboard. Everyone got on with the job in hand in order to make sure the service users had the best quality life we could provide. I was obviously a VERY minor cog in the wheel at that time and it was unfortunate that my time there was limited to 2 years. I would have loved to have been a part of moving this charity onwards and upwards.

 

      However, to this day it remains my most enjoyable working experience and I learnt a lot about people from working there. It makes me proud to see how far you have come since 2001/2. I am sure there are many new faces around the organisation now, but if there are any "old faces" still working there please do pass on my well wishes. I know Alison Watson is still serving the Board of Directors and hope she may remember me :-) Kind regards. "

 

      - Scott Lyndon

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