This week our read comes on recommendation from Fiona, a Reader Leader in our Criminal Justice team. She’s chosen Joseph Conrad’s Lord Jim.
Last month we had the pleasure of welcoming a young visitor from the Netherlands to our Liverpool HQ for a stint of work experience. This is Annika’s story:
A group member turned Reader Leader Volunteer shares her powerful story and tells us what Shared Reading has meant for her.
Shared Reading can be a way back to life for many- a group member tells us their story in their own words:
Today we say goodbye to our wonderful Reading Resources Intern, Nikki. It’s been a joy having her with us and she’s been kind enough to write about her experience here at Reader HQ in Calderstones:
This month The Reader features in The Psychologist magazine. CRILS’ Philip Davis discusses Literature in performance, psychology in action.
As he kicks back to catch up on his reading list, we reflect how former United States President Barack Obama’s love of books influenced his life.
Ahead of the Big Give Christmas Challenge we visited Betty and her Reader Volunteer Julie to find out what Shared Reading can mean to the older people we want to help this Christmas.
Inspired by her fellow speakers at the Wellbeing at Work conference in London last week, our founder and direction Jane Davis has been considering how Shared Reading can create better workplace well-being.
Continuing on from yesterday’s focus on dementia for World Alzheimer’s Day, we look at some of the poems which work well in Shared Reading groups.