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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.

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