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Regard shortlisted for LaingBuisson supported living award

Regard has been named as a finalist in the LaingBuisson 2017 awards which reward adult social care organisations for high quality care and continuous improvement.

A warm welcome to Adelphi and kind regards as former owners retire

More than 60 people attended a special event which marked the end of an era for the founders of the Shropshire-based care group.

‘Growing our own talent’ within Regard

Claims that the success of an enterprise is boosted by nurturing home-grown talent have been validated with the recent promotion to senior roles of two key staff members,

Julia Watts, Client Benefits Manager, talks about her experience with Pip in The Guardian

Downing Street claimed that “no disability applicant will lose out as a result of the changes to personal independence payment (Pip)” but, in my experience, hardly a day has...

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...

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