Conversation with Heath Gunn, CEO Enham Trust
In this episode we talk with Heath Gunn – CEO of Enham Trust
Enham Trust is a disability charity that provides services to over 6500 disabled people each year that focus on individual’s abilities, enabling them to live a life of independence, choice and control.
Over almost 100 years Enham Trust have facilitated opportunities for hundreds of thousands of disabled, elderly and vulnerable people to live the lives they choose, as independently as possible.
During this episode we explore how organisations can become disability confident and how they can create a culture of inclusivity. You’ll receive practical guidance on ways in which all employees can feel supported and valued for the gifts and talents that they have rather than limited because they have a different kind of ability.
Enham Trust was founded at the end of the first world war and the village, which is owned by the Trust was a gift from the King to support war wounded soldiers returning back from the first world war. Enham Trust has three main areas for supporting individuals with a disability this includes housing, care and employment. Their philosophy is to:
During this episode Heath helps to bust some myths regarding sickness absence. He also shares some practical steps companies can take when it comes to making reasonable adjustments and highlights that not all disabilities are visible.
The purpose of this FREE group is to provide thought leadership and a dedicated space for those who are working in or on Equality, Diversity and Inclusion. Here you can share ideas and experiences. Collaborate, share information, tools and resources. It’s a dedicated space to ask questions and learn from each other. Together we can accelerate and widen the discussion around diversity and inclusion and bring energy and excitement about the gifts that Diversity and Inclusion hold.