Aspiro-ing to work with mental health

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Colin Cottell investigates the work of Aspiro, a social enterprise firm that gives help to those suffering from mental health problems get back into employment.

Prince Harry’s admission recently, that he had problems dealing with the death of his mother Diana, Princess of Wales, has given the work of Peter Smith and his colleagues at Aspiro a boost.

“It is very positive in the sense that it will inform employers. It will almost normalise mental health. It shows that mental health problems can affect anybody from any walk...

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