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Pulse is a website for Thames Reach people: staff, service users and board members.

It can be accessed via any computer connected to the internet.

Some pages can only be viewed by staff, but most can be seen by everyone.

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Improving access to digital technology for homeless people
A new piece of research has discovered how homeless people are using mobile phones, computers and the internet, and other forms of digital technology.
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Painting and decorating trainees get to work

A new group of trainees has joined Thames Reachs Moving in Moving on (MIMO) painting and decorating course run at the Employment Academy in Camberwell.


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Apprenticeship and Traineeship

A graduation ceremony was held last week at the Employment Academy for the 16 people who had successfully completed the 2014/15 Thames Reach Apprenticeship and Traineeship Programme.

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Drinks industry ruling upholds complaint on damaging super-strength beers

The Portman Group’s Independent Complaints Panel has upheld a complaint lodged by Thames Reach regarding the packaging and promotion of cans of super-strength lager by some of the biggest drinks companies in the UK.

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Wellbeing Online

All Thames Reach staff have access to support services provided by Counselling in Companies (CiC), including a self help website called Well Online

The site offers a wealth of practical tips, fresh ideas and stimulating reading on: work life, home life, mind and body, money and legal advice.

To use the site please login using the following:

Username: trlogin
Password: wellbeing
Well being Online