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

Service Manager Charlotte Hill said “We held a buffet, games and disco evening, all for Halloween.”

Other interesting activities included stick the wart on the witch, face painting and spider darts as can be seen in the photos, Charlotte said that the spider darts ended up on the ceiling by the end of the night, showing how much fun everyone had!

Paul, who lives at the service said “It was a good boogie, painting staff’s faces was something new for us too!”

All six of the people who live at Livingstone Road joined in in some way, which is a huge achievement for everyone involved!

GA who is supported by the service said “It was fun” and also said that he liked that he could play his own music.

Charlotte said “A great night was had by all.”

Acquired Brain Injury Service - Livingstone Road


Specialism: Supported Living Service in Gillingham, Kent supporting adults with a traumatic or non-traumatic Acquired Brain Injury and varying degrees of cognitive, physical, behavioural and