Just before Christmas, I visited 22 Kings Ripton and was really impressed with the practice there
This week, I am looking at how some of our services have prepared for Christmas.
This week, I’m bringing you a look at the 8 services that recently achieved a Gold rating in our Wheel of Engagement. I’m going to be exploring what these services did to achieve a gold rating.
This week I’d like to celebrate the good work our services in Wilshire are doing…
We recently celebrated our Annual Staff Awards with a special Gala dinner at the Copthorne Tara Hotel in London. It was an amazing evening, with an inspiring ceremony honouring everyone’s achievements, followed by music, celebration and dancing afterwards.
I recently visited some of the Welsh services and was greeted with a warm welcome everywhere I went. I’m so pleased to see staff encouraging and promoting Welsh traditions and culture, so the people we support can celebrate their Welsh identity.
The people who live at Ty Newydd are commemorating Remembrance Sunday this coming Sunday by making poppies and attending a service which will be held by the cenotaph in their local village, Hirwaun.
I recently visited Park Road in Sittingbourne and was very impressed by all the action taking place! Everyone is very busy getting involved in a wide range of jobs and activities.
Read about the amazing achievements of people at 283 Dyke Road and how they have utilised the Wheel of Engagement in multiple areas of their lives.
I’m pleased to be sharing the new Achieve together values with you. At Achieve together, we feel that these values are reflective of who we are as an organisation, and the way in which we are moving forwards, into the future.
I’m so pleased to share that Tuscany House were recently awarded a rating of ‘Outstanding’ by CQC.
This week I’d like to share the great work being done at Tuscany House, and I’d like to welcome the new manager, Felicity Pemble.
This week I’m sharing the success of our recent ‘Supportive Therapies Day’, which was held at our Lilliputs site in Hornchurch, Essex. This special day is a celebration of the people we support who may have Profound and Multiple Learning Disabilities.
A few weeks ago we held our annual People’s Festival, which seems to always fall on the hottest day of the year! It is a firm favourite for most people and there is no wonder why, with juggling circus acts, people singing on stilts and an animal petting corner.
‘Books Beyond Words’ are a lovely company who publish picture books, which empower people through the use of images. Often, people who can’t read, or who don’t like written words, are very good at reading pictures.