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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.

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