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Pipwell Manor brings football passion into the local community


Spalding Sunday League football club, the Fosdyke Sundays, is reaping the rewards of hard work invested by team manager, Dave Clarey - with a gift from his employer of...

Christmas wishes from our Makaton choir


Our Shrewsbury-based Makaton choir whose performances focus on signing rather than singing, is sharing the spirit of the season with their recording of Christmas Alphabet.

Chocolate treats for all give Regard staff a golden glow


Regard staff who told Investors in People inspectors how much they ‘love coming to work’ have even more reason to be happy after being rewarded by us – with chocolate!<...

Regard supports the ‘Purple Light up’ campaign


During the first week of December, Regard staff will be celebrating the economic power of disabled people across the globe, by joining in the #PurpleLightUp campaign.

OWL Town Farm Workshop scoops first prize for its smashing pumpkins


A Sixpenny Handley training workshop for people with learning disabilities has won first place in a competition for its smashing pumpkins.

Regard make rainbows to show support for LGBT, equality and inclusivity


We are joining thousands of sports fans and athletes who are lacing up this month for LGBT equality in sport as part of Stonewall’s award-winning Rainbow Laces campaign.<...

Kirsty wins a National Care Award


We are delighted to announce that Kirsty Sudlow from Arrowe Hall has won a National Care Award 2018.

Restormel House celebrates an ‘Outstanding’ rating from CQC


Staff at our Plymouth residential care home are celebrating after the service was given the Care Quality Commission’s highest rating following a recent inspection.

The Regard Group welcomes two new directors


The dedication and commitment of Regard staff was a key factor in what attracted two directors to their new roles within the Regard Group.

The Regard Awards recipients - Summer 2018


Congratulations to our latest Regard Award recipients - Katarzyna Kalinska (The Grove), Carla Dearing, Lisa Runnalls, Karen Solt, Donna West and Lucy Tempest (Devon Service Managers) and the team...

Gary from South Road loves the art of motorcycle maintenance


A love of motorbikes and bicycles is propelling Gary, who has autism, towards a fulfilling future since he told staff at his supported living service about his desire to...

Douglas House proudly retains CQC outstanding rating


Our Plymouth residential care home, Douglas House, in Restormel Terrace, has proudly held onto its prestigious ‘outstanding’ rating from the Care Quality Commission following an unannounced inspection.

So many stars at Ivers House


Care worker Jo Stone is being hailed as a ‘star’ by the manager at the Dorset residential home where she works because of the transformation she has brought about –...

Kelly from Cardiff scoops top Learning Disability Care Award


Kelly Prosser from Cardiff - described by colleagues as ‘conscientious’, ‘energetic’ and someone who ‘leads by example’ – was a winner at the inaugural Welsh Learning Disabilities & Autism Awards.<...

Staff who ‘love coming to work’ is key to Regard retaining gold standard


Regard staff who told inspectors from ‘Investors in People’ how much they “love coming to work” are the reason why we have retained the gold status first awarded to...

Royal chef who cooked up new career in caring, wins Bronze at the Wales Care Awards


A chef who cooked for members of the royal family and joined the care sector for a “complete change” when he hit middle age, has won Bronze at the...

Regard is in the final of the LaingBuisson Awards in the Supported Living category


Regard has been named as a finalist in the LaingBuisson 2018 awards which reward adult social care organisations for high quality care and continuous improvement.

Solar Care Homes becomes part of The Regard Group


​Regard has acquired Cornwall-based Solar Care Homes Ltd.

Makaton choir appeals for new platforms


A Shrewsbury-based choir whose performances focus on signing rather than singing is appealing for an invitation to perform in front of a new audience in the region.

Katie from Caeronnen wins Bronze at the prestigious Wales Care Awards


Katie Owen, who lives in Drefach Felindre, has won ‘Bronze’ at the prestigious Wales Care Awards, known as the social care Oscars.

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