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Huge steps and social progress for Oliver from Jubilee House

Jubilee House opened in March 2018, and Oliver was the first person to move into the new service. When he first moved in, Oliver was...

Samir from Dyke Road shows true professionalism in campaign work

Samir, who has lived at 287 Dyke Road for 18 years, is a paid member of ‘Campaign for Change’ - a group of enthusiastic and passionate...

Mathew from Bushey Road finds musical performance success

Matthew, who lives at 31 Bushey Road, has always enjoyed music and dancing, belting out Pavarotti at the top of his lungs in his room,...

Joanna from Harbour explores new territories

When Joanna moved into Harbour three years ago, she had never been away on holiday. She had always wanted to stay close to family,...

Lena from Maybank House celebrates college success

Lena from Maybank House is celebrating having obtained a Level 1 NCFE Award in ‘Preparing to Work with Children.’

Ann Marie improves her well being at Wrottesley Road

Ann Marie has started cooking fresh, healthy meals as part of improving her health and well-being.

Sail Close hold a fundraising cake sale in aid of the Samaritans

The staff team and people who live at Sail Close, recently raised a generous £91.50 for the Samaritans – a charity who give free counselling advice...

The Regard Team are my ‘pot of gold’ says Donna at Park Road

When Donna first arrived at Park Road, she had spent a significant amount of time in hospital due to her mental health needs.

Animal fun at Livingstone Road

The people we support at Livingstone Road recently enjoyed a fun, interactive ‘animal experience’, with visits from a range of animals including a chinchilla,...

James finds new freedom with his mobility car

James often dreamt of going out for tea and cake at one of his local coffee shops in Fernlea, to enjoy his favourite Bara...

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...

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