We know well that lack of work is a major burden for people with mental health problems and learning disabilities. This deprives people of opportunities and contributes to stigma, poverty, achievement, social contact and the ability to structure their time. Over 90% of people with serious mental health problems are unemployed and research shows that work improves symptoms and quality of life. Helping people with mental health problems and learning disabilities through work and activity remains our mission. As described above, we have undergone many changes since our beginnings, some chosen, others forced upon us. We have adapted and will continue to do so while retaining our core beliefs.