Beulah Road receives letter of achievement from Croydon Council

The team was thrilled to receive a letter of achievement from Croydon Council.

The team at Achieve together’s Beulah Road was delighted to receive the letter of achievement from Croydon Council.  The letter recognised their hard work and commitment they have made in ensuring their residents and team have been kept as safe as possible during the Covid-19 pandemic.

It also commended Beulah Road on achieving the SAGE (Scientific Advisory Group for Emergencies) recommended safety threshold of having 80% of the team member’s fully vaccinated.

The service employs a person centred planning approach that aims to support individuals gain life and independence skills in order to have control over their lives and make choices on their own. Individuals will receive support with identifying and maintaining education placements and/or employment and identifying any leisure activities.

Beulah Road is a residential service for people aged 18-40 with learning disabilities, autism spectrum conditions, mental health needs and behaviours that may challenge. For more information on the service click here.