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Seymour House celebrates ‘dignity and respect’ through art


The ladies who live at Seymour House have enjoyed creating a ‘Dignity tree’ art piece in their hallway, which shows how important it is...

The Cloverdale House team make Grace feel like a celebrity with her own chauffeur


At Cloverdale House, our residential service in Hove, Service Manager Trevor Wilcox and the team have been going above and beyond to make someone...

Paul from Livingstone Road thrives on sharing his art with others


Paul, who moved into our Acquired Brain Injury service Livingstone Road in 2007, has always enjoyed sharing his art with others.

A visit from some fury friends at Livingstone Road


At our Acquired Brain Injury service Livingstone Road, Gillingham, some fury friends have recently started coming to visit.

David from Livingstone Road volunteers his time at a food bank to help others


David, who is supported by our Livingstone Road Acquired Brain Injury service in Gillingham has recently been using his time to help others.

Whitehatch residents succeed in their ‘call to action’ in the local community


The people who live at our Whitehatch residential service in Horley decided to group together to take responsibility and make a change in their...

Michael celebrates his birthday and progress at Reed House


Roll back the carpets, it’s Michael’s birthday! Michael has requested that he would love his photos to be published, so everyone knows...

Cloverdale House turn pink to raise money for breast cancer awareness


Last week, our Cloverdale House residential service in Hove held a pink coffee morning party to raise money for breast cancer awareness.

Manor Barn team support Ben on his Slimming World journey


Ben, who is supported by our Manor Barn service has made some huge steps in his weight loss journey.

The OWL Project remember 5th November


People we support that live out our Cerrig Camu residential service and the people who attend our OWL day project recently enjoyed celebrating Bonfire...

Kenny from Thames House thrives at his volunteering work projects


Kenny has been volunteering at Wrexham hospital every Tuesday and Friday for almost three years. His tasks include tidying the hospital bookshop, delivering in-house...

Golden chocolates help us to celebrate retaining Investors in People ‘gold’


Staff around The Regard Group have been celebrating achieving ‘Gold’ with golden chocolate and more than 30 winning tickets for ‘golden moments’.

Everyone at Maldon House has been getting into the Halloween spirit


Everyone had been counting down the days until Halloween, at Maldon House, our residential service in Seaford.

Therapeutic Halloween pumpkin carving at Caeronnen


Last week, the people who live at Caeronnen, our supported living service in Ceredigion got involved in Halloween themed activities within the service.

Livingstone Road celebrate Halloween 2018!


At Livingstone Road, our Acquired Brain Injury supported living service in Gillingham, everyone got involved in celebrating Halloween.

‘This is what we are here for’ say the Park House team as Lee gains total independence 


Lee from Park House has recently moved into his own flat in the community.

Llwyngwian Fawr’s Terry makes new friends while playing football 


Sports fan Terry, has recently started attending football sessions every Monday at his local leisure centre.

Family pride at sons’ achievements at Lambourne House


Daniel and William, who are brothers, have both lived at Lambourne House since 2008 after moving from a residential school in Herefordshire. Since moving in,...

Independent living for Darrole from Arden House


Darrole has recently made the move to a step-up service in order to gain more independence.

Healthy eating plans are put into practise at Oaklands


The people we support at Oaklands recently enjoyed a Healthy Eating workshop, and ever since, have been putting what they have learned into practise.<...

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