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We are constantly writing articles about our latest news and updates as a charity organisation as well as posting opinions on a diverse range of cultural and equality issues and also offering information and advice for local communities.

Support for Diabetes – Diabetes Friends

Diabetes Friends Diversity House are happy to announce that our friends over at Diabetes UK have a new befriending service aimed at supporting people struggling with their diabetes care by connecting them with one of their trained volunteers. You can get connected through email or phone to one of the 'Diabetes Friends' in order to be matched with one of their trained volunteers. To get connected, or for more information call 07880 202 546 or email

Support ‌to‌ ‌Access‌ ‌Online‌ ‌Census‌‌

Digitally‌ ‌excluded‌ ‌people‌ in Swale District ‌being supported‌ ‌to‌ ‌access‌ ‌online‌ ‌census‌‌ Diversity House, a Centre for Integration, Reintegration, Inclusion, and Social Cohesion based in ISP House, Church Street, Sittingbourne is helping local people without internet access or digital skills to complete their Census questionnaire. The organisation is part of a network of Census Support Centres supporting people across England and Wales. The Census Support Centres are funded by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) and managed by Good‌

Food Support Program

Food Support Program in our Communities Morrisons have been kindly supporting our food support program by supplying food boxes to help our service users. The video clip is showcasing our food support program in our communities with one of the friendly Morrisons staff members.

BBC Radio Kent Interview

Christine Locke Speaks with BBC Radio Kent Christine Locke of Diversity House was recently interviewed on BBC Radio Kent regarding the cultural food boxes that Diversity House is distributing in collaboration with Swale Borough Council. The aim is to support people and address hardship caused by the Covid. Listen to Interview

New Special Educational Needs and Disabilities Strategy

A new special educational needs and disabilities strategy for children and young people in Kent The NHS and Kent County Council (KCC) are asking for views on their new special educational needs and disabilities strategy. The strategy sets out the joint ambitions of the NHS and KCC to make sure that all children in Kent have equal access to support, health care and education to meet their unique needs. Children and young people with special educational needs and disabilities