Check out Matt’s inspirational weight loss journey during lockdown.
Kyle moved into Rivendell Home earlier this year and has been able to become more independent thanks to the support of the staff. See more below.
Ben from Manor Barn hits his goal weight, having lost over 4 stone!
Read all about how staff facilitated Callum’s smooth and successful transition to Rivendell
A person we support in Hove overcomes his anxiety about COVID-19 by keeping in touch with his family over Skype.
Andrew recently took a trip to Longleat with the support of staff, having previously been anxious about long trips and unfamiliar places
A person we support at Birdhurst rise was reluctant to leave his old service, but when he moved into Birdhurst Rise, staff persevered, enabling him to lead a more independent life in the community.
When staff at Park Avenue noticed some changes in SC, despite doctors telling them everything was okay, they pushed for more thorough testing.
Today we are bringing you everything that our Lilliputs services have been up to recently
Why Hersham Gardens received an ‘outstanding’ rating in their CQC inspection
With the help of staff, one person we support who had been in a secure mental health facility for 35 years has made a smooth transition to Croft House.
When Gemma first came to Bishops House in March, there was no eye contact or talking from her and no confidence, but thanks to support from staff, that has all changed!
Owen from Rugby Avenue won ‘Best Achievement in Sports and Leisure’ at the People’s Awards, having previously struggled with his weight
CW, who moved to Fairway in 2017, is now moving on to independent living!
Fiifi from Upper Selsdon has recently been campaigning for the Stay Up Late charity, supporting people with learning disabilities.
Quentin from Winston Lodge has recently built a huge social life, having first arrived at Winston Lodge reluctant to get out of bed.
A person we support at Wrottesley Road has recently won the Wheel of Engagement Trailblazer Award!
Jody from Orchard View recently raised £128 after baking cakes for Macmillan Cancer Support!
Adam and Bradley get work experience as window cleaners!
Read on to see what Joanna has achieved since living at Harbour!
Read on to see how Oliver has bloomed since living at Jubilee House.
Linda has mobility difficulties but that hasn’t stopped her from volunteering at Deen City Farm in Morden. The staff at Chandon were able to help Linda to get a job at Deen City Farm, which is local. The farm is an urban one, with an educational focus that teaches the local community about the rural environment and where our food comes from.
Maggie, who lives at Green Lane, had been smoking 70-80 cigarettes daily for over 50 years. But not any more! Read on to see how Maggie changed her life and kicked that habit!