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Services are enjoying our Big Picnic Fortnight come rain or shine


All over the country the people who live or work at our supported living and residential services are coming together to take part in ‘Regard’s Big Picnic Fortnight’...

All change for The Pembroke Five at Wren Park


It’s all change at Wren Park, our service for people with an acquired brain injury, where five of the service’s long-standing individuals have developed their independent living...

Regard’s Big Picnic Fortnight


In support of YoungMinds, our recently voted charity of the year, we have invited all our 158 services across England and Wales to take part and join us in ‘Regard...

Our ‘Bloom and Win: Sunflower Photo Competition’ is a great success among services


As well as re-launching our gardening competition; Regard in Bloom, this year we introduced a new competition for staff and the people we support

The Regard Relay Begins


​We recently launched the Regard relay and introduced our company mascot Reg.

Recognition for Rachel’s outstanding support at Gordon Avenue


Outstanding care, commitment and dedication has gained recognition for Rachel Turner for providing “truly life-changing support” to one of the individuals she supports at our Gordon Avenue service in...

OWL Town Farm Workshop prepare ‘heartfelt’ favours for bride Carole


Our specialist training centre for people with learning disabilities and mental health needs in Dorset is at the ‘heart’ of preparations for a marriage blessing ceremony.

A blooming good year: Regard in Bloom 2017 


This summer’s Regard in Bloom competition has seen record entries providing plenty of evidence of the wonderful gardens in many of our services.

Lewis, from Walnut Tree Lane, is determined to earn his independence


One of the individuals we support is determined to prove that learning difficulties are not necessarily a barrier to securing paid work, paving the way for a much more...

Regard’s MD, Carole Edmond, talks to HealthInvestor Magazine


I went into the workforce when I was 17. I come from a very working class family in Scotland and money was in short supply, so I worked myself up...

Adelphi Care Services is to become part of The Regard Group


Shropshire care group Adelphi Care Services, which provides services to adults with learning disabilities, autism and challenging behaviour, is to become part of The Regard Group. Nine specialist residential...

Regard wins ‘specialist care provider of the year’ in national awards


Regard, has been named ‘Specialist Care Provider of the Year’ in the 2017 national awards of HealthInvestor magazine which recognise achievement in the business of healthcare by a huge range...

The Regard Awards – Celebrating Excellent Support - Winners for this quarter


We are delighted to announce the following winners of our quarterly Regard Awards:

National Learning Disabilities Awards - Recognition for Regard time after time


We are delighted to announce that, after judging, we are through to the final in five categories at the National Learning Disability Awards, an awards evening is being held...

Sisters doing it for themselves at Hedera House


The Taylor Report, published this week, sets out that “all work in the UK economy should be fair and decent with realistic scope for development and fulfilment” – hot on...

Katie embraces independent living


Katie Collinswood, who has cerebral palsy was born in the Tywyn area has moved back to her roots and is celebrating making the successful transition from leaving home to...

Blog: It’s ‘all change’ at Chertsey Road


Chertsey Road, our residential service in Richmond, is undergoing a makeover; we are currently in the process of building a new four bedroom bungalow on the grounds.

Sunflower growing races gets Regard’s services ready for summer


Our services are embracing the start of summer with a new competition: ‘Bloom and Win’.

YoungMinds have been voted as our charity of the year


We’ve had a great year holding many fundraising events to help raise money for our 2016/17 charity MIND. We raised a total of £3500 with The Regard Group matching this...

Care Home Open Day 2017


​Following on from the success of last year some of our homes are opening up their doors for Care Home Open Day 2017.

Regard wins ‘Specialist Care Provider of the Year’ in the HealthInvestor Awards


The Regard Group has been named ‘Specialist Care Provider of the Year’ in the 2017 national awards of HealthInvestor magazine which recognise achievement in the business of healthcare by a...

Cerrig Cornel win our annual ‘Golden Thread’ Award


Our Cerrig Cornel service in North West Wales is celebrating after being declared overall winner in our annual award scheme due to its ‘outstanding attitude to teamwork and the...

A voice for people with learning disabilities in the General Election 2017


The team at our Crystal House service in Bromley are supporting four individuals who live their to make sure their voices are heard at the upcoming general election.

Lamar, from Rhyme House, plans his perfect day


​An individual we support has been managing severe anxiety levels is now making ‘great progress’ after moving to one of our residential services in Sittingbourne.

Martin is having the time of his life living independently


Martin has spent most of his adult life living in care services and hospitals across the country is now leading an independent life in the community in rural Lincolnshire.<...

Positive Practices in Social Care and Organisation Design – IABA Conference


In June this year James Kiamtia-Cooper, Head of Behaviour Support at The Regard Group will be attending the IABA’s 9th International conference in Dublin. James will be presenting...

Football focus helps Paul, from West Street, achieve his goals


Paul, from our supported living care service in Wisbech, is determined to achieve his personal development goals, backed by staff from West Street where he lives, is yielding great...

Livingstone Road’s one-man show for Headway


Paul, who is making the slow recovery back from a brain injury following a fall in 2007, is holding his second one-man show at a community centre in Gillingham.

Care Markets meets Sandie Foxall-Smith


Sandie Foxall-Smith, Chief Executive of The Regard Group, tells ‘Care Markets’ magazine what she thinks the key to good leadership is, the difficulties faced by small-scale operators, and why...

Reunion with family friends brings joy to Rachel from Kingsdown House


Rachel Fuller’s life has just taken a turn for the better since she’s been reunited with long-standing family friends.

You’ve been hired!


When it comes to recruiting new staff, we are always championing the on-going involvement of the people we support in the decision-making process.

Sisterly love triumphs over anxiety for Donjeta from Rosebank Lodge


Donjeta, from our Rosebank Lodge residential care service in Mitcham, is a young woman with learning difficulties who is enjoying a happier lifestyle thanks to support from her sister...

The Regard Awards – Celebrating Excellent Support - Winners for this quarter


A big congratulations to our final quarterly award winners of the year. We will be announcing our annual winners later this month, along with the winner of our Golden...

Canal View Open Day is a roaring success


The team at Canal View, our new supported living service in Rochdale, recently welcomed many families and social workers to the newly refurbished service.

Independence Day for Jon and Sharon thanks to Highdowns


Two friends from Cornwall are celebrating leaving residential care to live in the community.

Charity fundraising turns supporters purple across Regard


Over a third of our 149 services across England and Wales are planning local fundraisers for Purple Day (Sunday 26 March) in aid of Epilepsy Action, the UK’s leading epilepsy...

Self-image boost in confidence for Heather from Latymer House


Carers are supporting Heather who is battling severe anxiety to access her local community.

Promise of fragrant summer days at Arundel House


People with learning difficulties and complex health needs living in our Arundel House residential service in Frinton-on-Sea are looking forward to enjoying a fragrant new sensory garden in the...

Regard attends the UNCRPD periodic examination in Westminster


Regard attends the UN Convention for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD) periodic examination in Westminster

Regard is in the final of the HealthInvestor awards


The Regard Group has made the final of the HealthInvestor Awards.

Meet the shabby chic ‘Whiz Kidz’ from Victoria and Grenville


If you think old, unloved wooden chairs and coffee tables are only good for the tip, think again.

New horizons for Christopher, from Sheringham House


When people say they could eat ‘anything’ they don’t normally mean it, but staff at Sheringham House know only too well that literally anything will be viewed as...

Hannah ‘hits the jackpot’ at Tarvin


With schools, businesses and charities nationwide holding events to mark ‘Time to Talk Day’ (9 February), the annual awareness day to get people talking about mental health, Hannah who lives...

Measuring success by growing independence at Crystal House


For Joseph Osoba and his team at our supported living service in Penge, while it tugs at the heart-strings to say ‘goodbye’ to the individuals they support when they...

Llŷr, from Cerrig Cornel, celebrates new Co-Op post


Llŷr Joyner, from Gwynedd in Mid Wales is celebrating landing his ‘dream job’ at a local supermarket.

Bright start to the new year for Anne Marie from Wrottesley Road


Anne Marie, who has learning difficulties, moved into a Willesden residential home as an emergency placement just before Christmas 2015, she is looking forward to a New Year which sees...

The Regard Group welcomes a new Managing Director


​We welcome Carole Edmond, Managing Director of The Regard Group

Regard is shortlisted for best employer support at the Skills for Care Awards


The merits of our staff development programme have been recognised by inclusion in the 2017 ‘Accolades’ shortlist by Skills For Care, the strategic body for workforce development in adult social...

The Regard Awards – Celebrating Excellent Support - Winners for this quarter


Congratulations to the following team and individuals who have won this quarter’s internal awards. They will receive a framed certificate, pin badge and a £50 voucher (£100 for teams).

The sky’s the limit for helicopter fan James


A young man with learning disabilities from Worthing has fulfilled the dream of a lifetime and taken to the skies on board a helicopter.

Two decades of caring at Kneller Road


A Twickenham residential service that supports adults with learning disabilities and mental health issues has just celebrated its 20th anniversary by holding a party for the people who live...

Our Kent services got together for a cracker of a Christmas party


A Christmas party for a group of local people with learning difficulties and mental health problems went with a real swing at Teynham Village Hall near Sittingbourne in Kent...

OWL Town Farm Workshop celebrate employment success for Andrew


A man with learning difficulties has been celebrating the achievement of a personal milestone with family and friends at a specialist training centre in the Dorset village of Sixpenny...

The Regard Group announces a partnership with the IABA


The Regard Group recently sponsored a series of 4-day training workshops which were hosted by the Institute for Applied Behaviour Analysis (IABA).

Staff help make a special birthday for David


A residential care and support service near Ringwood in Dorset, has helped a man in the final days of his life to enjoy a special 50th birthday with friends...

Caring Andy, from Cerrig Camu, ‘has the X Factor’


A man who decided to switch to a career in caring after visiting a Dolgellau residential home to do some building work and eventually rising to become its manager,...

Caring Gwenda, from Beudygwyn Farm, wins an award at the Wales Care Awards


An imaginative approach to care has enabled local woman, Gwenda, to see off competition from across Wales to secure a bronze award in the category of ‘Leadership and Management...

A dream job for Crystal Palace fan, Graham


A Crystal Palace fan, who has a mild learning disability and is being supported to live in the community, is celebrating landing his dream job as a steward at...

Mary Poppins comes to Homeleigh


The TV show ‘Four In A Bed’ which has B&B owners from around the country competing to be named ‘best value for money’ has inspired the manager...

Rise in involvement for people with learning disability issues


A new twist has been given to the campaign for person-centred care launched earlier this year by The Regard Group.

We are excited to have four finalists at the National Care Awards 2016


Our staff are getting their posh frocks and suits out for a gala awards evening in London on 25 November, with four of the organisation’s nominees shortlisted in various...

Caring Kay’s Christmas shoe box quest


It may only be October but Kay who lives at one of our services in Plymouth is already thinking what she can do help people who are living on...

Encouraging engagement with local communities through charity work


Studies measuring hormones and brain activity have revealed that being helpful delivers immense pleasure - we are hard-wired to give to others and the more we give, the happier...

Horseshoes under the hammer at Harbour


A man with learning difficulties has succeeded in transforming abandoned horse-shoes into an innovative flower-pot holder thanks to new skills learned at weekly metal-work classes in Totnes.

Gwenda, from Beudygwyn Farm, is nominated for a Wales Care Award


Farmer’s daughter Gwenda Potter was brought up next door to The Regard Group’s Beudygwyn Farm at Carreglefn, near Amlwch, where she now works and recalls the residents...

Andy, from Cerrig Camu, is nominated for a Wales Care Award


Farmer’s daughter Gwenda Potter was brought up next door to The Regard Group’s Beudygwyn Farm at Carreglefn, near Amlwch, where she now works and recalls the residents...

Being Person-Led not just Person-Centred at Regard: R.I.S.E


At The Regard Group we believe that it is important to go one step further than being person-centred – to become person-led.

Caroline finds her feet at Cloverdale House


Caroline, who lives at Cloverdale House , our residential service in Hove, is keen to move from her wheelchair into her dancing shoes after an amazing six-month turnaround.

National Recruitment Week W/C 26th September 2016


Join us for our biggest recruitment campaign of all time during our National Recruitment Week - W/C 26th September 2016.

Love is in the air at Arrowe Hall


Two young people with complex needs who live at the same supported living service in The Wirral are over the moon after announcing their engagement.

Shiver me timbers they’re all talking like pirates at Highdowns


Buccaneers and scallywags waved the Jolly Roger and had fun walking the plank during ‘Talk Like A Pirate’ day at Highdowns, a rural service for people with learning disabilities...

Passion, honesty and cleaning loos: what makes a social care leader


Here’s my list of the top five essential leadership qualities for the sector.

The Regard Awards – Celebrating Excellent Support - Winners for this quarter


Congratulations to the following team and individuals who have won our this quarter’s internal awards.

Vote Sandie!


​Sandie Foxall-Smith, Regard CEO, has been short-listed for the HealthInvestor Power Fifty 2016.

Word up for scrabble fan Jo from Caeronnen


A self-confessed Scrabble fanatic from Ceredigion is spelling out her support for charity with a sponsored match to raise money for people with mental health problems.

Caring for Judy’s best interests at Ivers House


The staff team at Ivers House have been praised for the outstanding support they provided at a difficult time in the life of one of the individuals we support.<...

International Investors in People Award – Winner!


We are delighted and extremely proud to announce that Regard and ACH CEO, Sandie Foxall-Smith won the prestigious ‘Leader of the Year’ Award at last night’s Investors in...

Being good neighbours is so important to the people who live at Bradwell House


Being good neighbours is so important to the people with learning difficulties who live at Bradwell House in Hythe that they invited all their neighbours to join them on...

Best of both worlds for Nathan at Cerrig Camu


The prospect of a college cookery course is whetting the appetite of 25-year-old Liverpool FC fan Nathan, who lives at one of our residential services for people with learning...

The Regard Awards – Celebrating Excellent Support


Congratulations to the following team and individuals who have won our inaugural, quarterly internal awards.

Excellence in Person-Centred Support at Withersfield Lodge


People who use Regard’s services are involved in all aspects of their support, from the recruitment of staff through to day-to-day matters. Staff appreciate how important this responsibility...

‘Hear All About It’ at Maldon House


Families of the people we support at our Maldon House service are delighted with a new monthly bulletin designed to let them share the pleasures and achievements of their...

Challenging Artist Stereotypes at Arcadian Gardens


A group of local people with learning difficulties and mental health issues are taking part in an exciting project in Haringey that aims to challenge the way people like...

Excellence in Person-Centred Care - House of Lords - May 4th, 2016


“Pursuing Excellence In Person-centred Care” was hosted by The Viscount Bridgeman and organised by Regard, the UK’s fourth largest, private organisation providing supported living and residential services for...

Recruitment open day - 12th May 2016


Join us for our recruitment open day for Support Workers

The team at Park House ‘drive up’ the excitement for Lee on his birthday


A young autistic man who spent the first 19 years of his life in residential care is celebrating the first anniversary of living independently.

The people we support at Carew Road love being out in the community


Thursday cannot come round soon enough for four people who live at a Carew Road.

Achieving an “outstanding” takes teamwork


When faced with the day-to-day challenges of caring for people it can sometimes seem that the service levels needed to achieve an “outstanding” rating from the regulators are an...

Regard’s new companywide “whole approach” to PBS training


Regard has entered into an exciting new training partnership with the Loddon foundation.

Jodie takes independence in her stride at Chinook


Jodie is celebrating making the successful transition from leaving home to leading an independent life.

Regard CEO, Sandie Foxall-Smith is shortlisted for a prestigious Investors in People Award 2016


Sandie Foxall-Smith, CEO Regard, has been shortlisted for Leader of the year in the global Investors in People Awards.

Cracking designs for Easter egg hunt at Cerrig Camu


Individuals who live at our specialist residential care home in Dolgellau are gearing up for their annual Easter egg hunt.

Pioneering scheme success at Harwich House in Littlehampton


Amy who lives at Harwich House in Littlehampton is benefiting from a pioneering new way of supporting people with autism and complex needs to live a more independent life.<...

Beudygwyn Farm looking ahead to harvest promise


Individuals living at our Beudygwyn service, near Anglesey, are looking ahead to enjoying some delicious summer salads after preparing some raised beds for spring planting.

Recruitment Event, 18th - 19th March, Excel, London


Visit us on Stand 402 at the Capital Talent Recruitment Event

A touching homage to sensory charity at The Uplands


Staff at our Uplands service have been inspired to create its own sensory room and garden for one of the people they care for.

Space to live in converted windmill at Sail Close


Our supported living service in a converted windmill in Gayton, near King’s Lynn, Norfolk has been so successful that it will soon have vacancies for individuals with mental...

Douglas House bowled over by “Outstanding” rating


Our team at Douglas House celebrated with a game of ten-pin bowling after hearing that the service they live and work in had been rated “outstanding” by the Care...

“Outstanding” care at Douglas House in Plymouth


Our Douglas House service has been given an “outstanding” rating following an unannounced inspection by the Care Quality Commission.

Regard is shortlisted as ‘Best Employer’ in Skills for Care accolades


We are excited to be a Skills for Care finalist in their 2016 Accolades Awards which reward adult social care organisations for their commitment to delivering high quality care and...

ABBA Tribute to celebrate life of Ashford Lodge’s Mark Watts


The life of a Mark, has been celebrated by family and the friends with an Abba-themed party in his honour.

We respond to local authority need at Arundel House


A successful job of supporting Samantha creates a vacancy at Arundel House.

Caeronnen - our new service for people with disabilities in Ceredigion


Read a about our new supported living service for adults in Ceredigion.

College girl Pauline comes into her own at Inglewood House


Pauline embraces life at Inglewood House and in the wider community

Learning animal husbandry skills at Highdowns gives a sense of purpose


A rural service for people with learning disabilities in Cornwall is learning animal husbandry skills by helping preserve a rare breed of sheep.

Opportunities to join our team in Lincolnshire


Katrina Greff Locality Manager for Regard is appealing to local people considering a new job for the New Year to think about opportunities in the care sector.

New job for the new year at Ivers House


Gina, Manager at Ivers House is appealing to local people considering a new job for the New Year to think about opportunities in the care sector.

Rhiba’s got Christmas in the bag at Strathnairn


A Cardiff woman who uses art to help her manage a mental health condition has created a line of Christmas accessories.

New job for the new year at Wren Park


Our Wren Park supported living service in Surrey is appealing to local people considering a new job for the New Year to think about opportunities in the care sector.<...

Christmas countdown at Faerdre in Llandysul


An inspired idea by a senior support worker who cares for people with learning difficulties means they are making the most of the run-up to Christmas with a different...

Pioneering scheme success in Strood’s Orchard View


Our Orchard View residential care home near Strood is pioneering a new way of supporting people with autism and complex needs to live more independent lives.

Regard works with PROACT-SCIPr-UK® to help improve the lives of service users


Training is an important part of staff being able to support the people we work with effectively; the people we support are those with learning disabilities, autism and challenging...

Press-ups and picnics in the park for Ambleside Lodge


‘Press-ups in the park’ is the latest initiative to encourage a group of young people with special needs from Redhill, Surrey to keep in trim.

Newton house’s Tracey wins gold in care industry awards


We are delighted that Tracey has won the prestigious gold award for ‘Care Trainer of the Year 2015’ for the South East region at the Great British Care Awards.

Portland Street’s Keith triumphs over crowd phobia


With the traditional Christmas bustle all around, Keith from Portland Street who has schizophrenia is celebrating his success in having overcome a life-long fear of crowds.

Grease is the word at Bridgewater House


A group of young people who live at Bridgewater House have hosted their own American-themed fun night with a nostalgic take on the hit movie Grease.

‘Incredible’ new home at Homeleigh for Rachel


Rachel is experiencing the delights of having a flat of her own for the first time after a moving into a specially-designed unit in Crumpsall, Manchester.

Independence Day for Springfield’s David


David, who recently moved from Springfield House, has celebrated his first three months of independent living by taking his girlfriend on a visit to Margate’s Halloween scare festival ...

Encouraging a positive approach: a positive behaviour support vision


Installing a positive behaviour support team across an organisation is a major undertaking, but can bring benefits to individuals with learning disabilities, as James Kiamtia-Cooper from Regard explains

Restored tick tock for church clock thanks, in part, to Tracey and Julie at Cerrig Camu


After seven months with its hands stuck at 11.20, the clock of St John’s Church in Barmouth is now working again thanks to £2,000 worth of fundraising by local people,...

Regard pioneers a new system for the planning and delivery of commissioned and personal outcomes.


Regard develops a pioneering method of data capture which is simpler in structure and quicker to use than previous methods, and simultaneously enriches our service users experience.

Award-winning support worker Hema takes to the podium to talk about her experiences


Award-winning support worker Hema Abeyatunge from Hounslow has been invited to address a major international conference of healthcare professionals on Growing Older with a Learning Disability.

Alderton House’s Lewis ready to move on in life


Lewis, who lives at Alderton House near Ely in Cambridgeshire, may soon be able to move into a home of his own for the first time after making major...

Open day events in Wales


Join us for one of our open day events (dates and location below) for your chance to find out more about the many opportunities we have available;

Celebrating gold with tea and cakes at Oaklands


A supported living service in Walsoken near Wisbech that supports people with learning disabilities and mental health needs to live independent lives joined in a nationwide celebration of 105 tea...

Vicky wins a Wales Care Award!


Vicky, Senior Support Worker at our service in Talworth Street, Cardiff, has won gold in the Supported Living Care Practitioner category in the Wales Care Awards.

Living independently at Wrottesley Road


Our Wrottesley Road has a vacancy for one individual to live independently with support.

Leon fulfils a lifetime ambition to travel


Leon, who lives at Victoria and Grenville, has fulfilled a lifetime ambition to travel to France on a ferry.

Heartfelt success for Claire at Sail Close


​Claire Searle who lives in a supported living property in Gayton is celebrating after receiving an award for her volunteer work.

Smooth transition for music-loving friends at Hook Lane


Beyonce-loving best friends Tammara Allen and Katy Neil are taking to independent living like ducks to water. The pair recently moved to the Hook Lane supported living servic, from...

Activities are the key to success at Bradwell House


Our Bradwell House service for adults with learning disabilities and accompanying diagnosis, such as visual impairment and emotional difficulties in Hythe, Kent, has embarked on an ambitious new activity...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Wren Park


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Walnut Tree Lane


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Vancouver Road


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at The Grove


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at St Faiths Villa


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Starboard House


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Sail Close


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Park Road


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Park House


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Celebrating gold in Cardiff with tea and cake


Our Cardiff services that supports people with learning disabilities and mental health needs live independent lives joined in our nationwide celebration of 105 tea parties around the UK.

Celebrating gold with tea and cake in giant party


Staff and those who use the services of the country’s fourth biggest provider of care homes and supported living services held celebration tea parties at 105 locations across the...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Orchard View


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Mill house


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Maybank House


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Livingstone Road


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Residential living in Kent at Berkeley House


Our specialist residential care service for adults with learning disabilities and mental health needs in the Kent countryside near Sittingbourne has two vacancies available for two adults to live...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Kneller


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Hook Lane


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Homeleigh


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Harwood and Crystal House


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Great Western Street


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Residential Living in Sutton at The Grove


Our residential living service in Sutton that provides 24-hour support to adults with learning disabilities and complex needs has a rare vacancy.

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Garthowen


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Faerdre


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Eastbourne road


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Domiciliary Care Surrey


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at OWL Cerrig Camu


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Carew Road


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Beudygwyn Farm


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Berkeley House


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Bay Lodge


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Arden House


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Regard Achieves Gold Award


As only the fourth organisation in its sector to be honoured with the Investors in People (IIP) gold award, learning difficulties and mental health support provider Regard has been...

Celebrating a summer of success at Cerrig Camu


Our OWL (Outcomes With Learning) day service in Dolgellau has celebrated with a summer fete.

Preparing for a CQC inspection at Bay Lodge


Roisin Ewing has been the registered manager at Bay Lodge since 2010, having started working for Regard as a residential worker 10 years ago and been promoted to senior support worker...

Regard becomes only one of 4 care organisations in the UK to achieve Investors In People Gold


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and are planning a company wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ to celebrate.

John reaches for the sky


A young adult with learning disabilities took the skies over Farnborough after staff at the service where he lives helped him realise his dream of flying in a light...

New supported living service for young people in Bexley - Hook Lane


A new, much-needed, supported living service for young people with learning disabilities and autism in transition from residential or foster care, or from the family home is set to...

Chinook’s Frazer to the rescue


A shopper at Sainsbury’s in New Romney, Kent, had reason to be very grateful to public spirited local man, Frazer, recently.

Steven, from Alderton House, takes step into adulthood


An iPad app that makes “raspberry noises” has proved the key to unlocking the world of adulthood for a young man with Angelman’s Syndrome.

Livingstone Road’s Tony enters The Voice


A man recovering from two separate brain injuries, who lives at our specialist supported living service in Gillingham, is preparing to audition for the BBC talent show The Voice.<...

Regard helps develop the PBS Competence Framework


Regard’s Head of Behaviour Support, James Kiamtia-Cooper, is involved in second stage of project group to develop materials nationally for service providers around Positive Behaviour Support.

Sandie is ‘Highly Commended’ at the IoD Awards


Sandie Foxall-Smith, Regard CEO, is ‘Highly Commended’ in The IoD Director Awards for the South West of England.

Kent service users ‘dress to impress’ at Charity Ball


A group of service users from Kent who helped organise their own Dress To Impress charity ball are celebrating raising £440 for charity.

Helping our service users make decisions and take control of their lives


The General Election provided a major platform for many people with learning difficulties and mental health needs to make their voice heard – but it has also helped them take...

Oak Lodge and Hillview issue anniversary party call-up


Oak Lodge and Hillview are inviting former staff members and care professionals involved with the service to get in touch ahead of a forthcoming 20th anniversary party.

Hema from Chertsey Road wins top award


Hema Abeyatunge, who works at our residential service in Chertsey Road, won the ‘Supporting Older People with Learning Disabilities’ Lord Rix Award at the National Learning Disabilities & Autism...

Kneller Road’s Andrea crowned top Care Manager


We are all delighted that Andrea Cully, who runs Kneller Road care home in Whitton, Twickenham, was crowned Registered Care Home Manager 2014 for the London Region at the Great...

Regard and ACH’s Senior Management Conference is the best yet


Care and support is what we are all about,” says Richard Jackson, COO

Children of today; Adults of tomorrow


A new generation of people with learning disabilities will soon be requiring care and attention from Regard and ACH, Professor Barry Carpenter told the conference in an informative and...

Livingstone Road staff Walk raises money for brain injury charity


Four people who support people with brain injuries in Gillingham, Kent and a man who is recovering from an injury took part in a 5 kilometre charity walk that has...

‘A dream I never thought possible’ - Michael moves from Vancouver Road to his own house


Having a home to call his own has long been a dream of Michael Joseph, known as MJ.

Ensuring those with learning disabilities express their views at the ballot box


Sandie Foxall-Smith, Chief Executive Officer of Regard, believes awareness of political issues should be part of daily life for people with learning difficulties.

Frankie’s “My Home” success at Sail Close


Our new My Home concept, creating safe, secure places where people with learning difficulties or mental health needs can live independently has proved a great success for first resident...

Livingstone Road service success


Livingstone Road helps people recover from acquired brain injuries and has seen successful outcomes for a number of people in recent months.

Ivers House Wear it Pink for Cancer Research


​Ivers House staff and service users have been busy fundraising at a Wear it Pink event in the local village hall. Gina Markham,

From “Lion King” to “Red Hot Chili Peppers” for Matthew from London Road


A 25 year-old care worker, in Twickenham, has helped a young disabled man experience the thrill of live music for the first time.

Amber from Oaklands is nominated for a Mental Health Hero’s award


Amber Heighton is a real pioneer when it comes to encouraging people to re-think their attitudes towards mental health.

Clareville Farm helps Nicky become independent


Feeding pigs, chickens, sheep, goats and horses has helped Nicky from our Clareville service in Caterham, Surrey gain meaningful stimulus and experience for the first time in his life.<...

Valentines’s first for Claire and Paul


Getting in the mood for their first Valentine’s Day as a committed couple are Claire Benyon and Paul Bates, who live in Dorset.

Jayne from our Supported Living services in Cardiff is nominated for a Mental Health Hero’s award


Jayne Andrews is someone I’d describe as a ‘magician’. One of those people you work with who has the ability, personality, strength, kindness and perspicacity to make everything...

Leather craft, new sports and improving Total Communication skills and signs at Town Farm Workshop


​Service users at Town Farm Workshop learnt to make belts, cases and pouches with leather this winter as well as trying out new sports at the local leisure centre.<...

“Believe in yourself and you can make it,” says Livingstone Road service user, Tim


A 54 year old man Gillingham man is living an independent life in his own flat after making a miraculous recovery following a traumatic head injury.

Waverley Avenue’s QPR fan Philip’s ‘match fit’ for 2015


Three months after being shown a ‘Red Card’ for his poor diet, a Twickenham QPR fan is looking forward to a fit and healthy New Year.

Dotty idea is fundraising hit from Anglesey to Ceredigion


From the Isle of Anglesey to rural Ceredigion, staff and service users at our service across Wales have joined together to raise funds for the Royal National Institute of...

Cerrig Camu OWL Superheros give it some POW!


OWL Cerrig Camu in Dolgellau, Gwynedd, has raised £251.20p for charity after holding a fun day.

Celebrating Christmas at Regard


Performing in pantomime, Christmas parties, visits to Santa and tree decorating at Regard.

Moving Remembrance Day for Llyngwian Fawr resident Terry


Terry takes a great interest in history and world events, and he watched a good many TV programmes about WW1 and WW2 in the run-up to Remembrance Day.

Sutton art show success for The Grove


Service users from The Grove showcased their art at a show in London Borough of Sutton.

Our Welsh services go dotty!


Staff and service users across Wales had fun in the name of charity supporting the Royal National Institute of Blind People (RNIB) during the last week of October

Three cheers for The Royal George from Hersham Road


Staff and service users at Hersham Road get a warm reception at The Royal George.

The Regard Group announces the incorporation of care providers Regard and ACH.


Two of the country’s most respected care providers are being brought together under one group to build on their positions as leading providers of care and support to...

Café work is the perfect job for Eastbourne Road service users


Mary has proved to be a brilliant napkin-folder, while Nicola enjoys helping keep one of the seafront cafés clean and tidy.

A wheel-y big deal for Tracey


Regard has helped transform the life of a Cardiff woman with cerebral palsy by supporting her to get a new mobility scooter.

Regard in Bloom - winners announced!


​Click here to hear more about the winners of Regard in Bloom.

A successful open day and building a composting, disco toilet at OWL Town Farm Workshop!


On September 24th we launched ‘NOCN for Regard’. We had lots of visitors – friends and family and a couple of groups from other local services who took the opportunity...

New financial partners for Regard


Regard has secured a strong financial future with new partners: Australian Bank, Macquarie and Montreux Capital Management. Read more….

Wren Park and Livingstone Road help Lascelle’s to find a home from home


Fifteen years after a horrific attack that left him with brain damage Lascelles Daley is now living an independent life in a home of his own in Surrey.

A splashing day out on the water for RLEC


Youngsters from our Regard for Learning Centre in Gedney Hill enjoyed a swimming day out on an end of term visit to one of Lincolnshire’s best-loved tourist attractions.<...

New Arrowe Hall flat fits the bill


Regard has found a way to allow a 24-year-old wheelchair user in The Wirral to have his first supported living apartment, after six month’s negotiations with funding bodies,...

Sail Close is first to have “My Home” units


A new concept in creating safe, secure places where people with learning difficulties can live independently are about to open in the tranquil village of Gayton, near King’s...

Elisa is appointed our new service manager at Park House


Just 12 months after undergoing one of the most challenging experiences of her professional career, care support worker and regional coordinator Elisa Willcox has been appointed as Team Leader at...

Daisy and Wilma find new home at Llwyngwain Fawr


Two orphan lambs have found a new home in North Wales. Daisy and Wilma are settling in at Llwyngwian Fawr, our residential service supporting individuals with learning disabilities and...

Latest news from OWL at Cerrig Camu


​Woodwork, cookery, arts and crafts….....

Speak week helps young people become better communicators at Regard for Learning Education Centre


Pupils at a Regard for Learning Education Centre in Gedney Hill, Lincolnshire had a week of activities aimed at helping them communicate with others.

Our innovative My Home units - first two completed at Sail Close!


The Regard “My Home” project is a new concept in creating safe, secure, independent living units for people with learning difficulties and mental health needs.

Jake Graduates!


​Jake Brooks was awarded a certificate by Kingston Mayor, Penny Shelton

Weaving, Working and Wassailiing at OWL Town Farm Workshop


​Lots of exciting and some unusual events are taking place at Town Farm Workshop - read more here

Gary from Hersham Road becomes more independent


A young man with learning difficulties is living independently for the first time after moving into Regard’s residential home in Hersham Road, Walton-on-Thames, Surrey.

Home Comforts at Crystal House


New supported living service in Bromley, Kent.

Buy OWL products online here


You can now buy products from our OWL services online!

New appointment for special school head - Regard for Learning School


Keith Bruzas has taken up a new post at a special school in Gedney Hill.

Regard at UK ABI Forum exhibition


Regard at UK ABI Forum exhibition - click here to read more.

Santa run for fund-raising Zara


​A Surbiton woman has brought some Christmas cheer to a local organisation that supports people on the autistic spectrum and their families.

Regard Achieves Investors In People Silver Award


“It quickly became obvious that people are very focused on continuous improvement and are fully committed and passionate about delivering the best possible outcomes for all service users.” Investors...