Blogs

Emma’s update – October 2020

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October – What have our homes been up to?

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Shirley’s Mental Health Blog – October

Check out Shirley’s Blog for World Mental Health Day below.

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Emma’s update – September

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Shirley’s Mental Health blog: Conversations Save Lives

For Shirley’s mental health blog this month, Nola O’Connor, from our PBS team, writes all about how you can help to end the stigma around suicide for this year’s World Suicide Prevention Day.

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August – What have our services been up to?

With the warm weather and lockdown restrictions easing, the people we support have been able to safely leave their services more to enjoy their local community. Check out what they’ve been up to – in and out of their homes.

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Cycle Challenge for Suicide Prevention

Suicide Prevention Awareness Day takes place on the 10th of September 2020. The theme for this year is ‘Working Together to Prevent Suicide’.

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Supportive Therapies Festival

Every year, Achieve together creates a library of activities specifically for people we support with Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities (PMLD). These include sensory stories and other activities. Check out how the people we support enjoyed them below.

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Achieve together Olympics

Check out the Achieve together Olympics at home below.

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Emma’s update – August

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Pimp My Chair 2020

Every year, Achieve together runs a Pimp My Chair competition. In this event, people we support with PMLD and their carers band together to decorate their wheelchairs.

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Shirley Allmark’s Summer Blog

Read all about some of the things you can do to look after your mental health this summer!

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Emma’s July update and Wheel of Engagement competition

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Clap for our Carers

Every Thursday at 8 pm, Achieve together have been clapping for our carers

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July – What have our homes been up to?

With summer upon us, let’s check in with what our homes have been up to during July.

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Shirley’s Mental Health at Home Blog – June

Shirley’s June blog talks more about Mental Health at home and how to manage and improve it.

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June – What have our homes been doing?

With summer upon us lets check in what our homes have been doing to make the most of the better weather!

 

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Emma’s update – June

Read our CEO, Emma Pearson’s latest blog for June

 

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Employee of the Month – June

Check out our June winner for Employee of the Month below.

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To our staff #thankyou!

We asked our staff and teams to show us how they celebrate the hard work and dedication of Achieve together’s Front Line Staff.

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May – What have our homes been up to?

Check out what the people we support been achieving during the month of May.

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Shirley’s Mental Health Blog

Shirley’s Mental Health blog with some great tips for improving mental health during isolation.

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The Good News Blog

Check out the Good Newsletter below featuring positive stories written by the people we support.

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Emma’s update – May

Read our CEO, Emma Pearson’s latest blog for May

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Employee of the Month – May

Check out the May winner of Employee of the Month below.

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Employee of the Month – April

Check out the April winner for Employee of the Month below.

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April – What other homes have been up to?

Let’s check in on our homes and see what they’ve been up to during this social distancing period!

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Shirley’s Mental Health blog

Shirley’s Mental Health blog for February

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Emma’s update – April

Read our CEO, Emma Pearson’s latest update for April

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Simon’s Blog

During this difficult period, one of the people we support, Simon from Heathcote Road, who usually assists reception at Achieve together’s head office, has been keeping us up to date of what he’s been getting up to and how he’s been keeping his spirits up.

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