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News item: After two years as a Trustee, Caroline McInnes has resigned for personal reasons. We are very sorry to see her go and thank her for her work as a valued Trustee over the last two years. However, we are also pleased to welcome Diane O'Hara as a new Trustee. Diane brings her extensive experience working with people recovering from substance misuse and mentoring ex-offenders as well as knowledge of foster care from her work as a panel member for the Anchor Fostering Agency. She is also a Neuro-linguistic Programming practitioner.


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Sunday 30th June 2019
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We all know of someone – a family member or friend - who has encountered an often sudden change in their circumstances caused by the onset and diagnosis of a disability or other long-term condition: a parent whose child is diagnosed with autism or Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD), someone in middle age diagnosed with diabetes. Too often psychological support for the individual and their family is not offered or is beyond the financial means of the family. The HearSay Charitable Trust was founded to provide such support - for individuals andChildren families challenged by a disabling event or long-term condition – to enable them to achieve a better quality of emotional life and to reduce stress.

Counselling is provided to those who might not otherwise be able to afford it. All of the counselling offered by HCT counsellors is supported financially by the Trust, although some clients make donations towards the cost of the counselling provided.

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