Following from the Woodmill's ‘Outstanding’ CQC report, a mother talks about how it influenced her decision for placing her daughter and how it was the right thing to do.
Service users and staff are excited to officially open their new sensory gardens at Victoria House in Hull. This has been made possible as part of the Bags of Help initiative from Tesco.
On 15th April Giles, a service user at Ernest Kleinwort Court, along with his teammates Michaela and Tristan, will be taking on the Brighton Marathon for the 3rd year running.
"Redford Court has been a lifesaver for Andrew!" exclaims his brother in a letter sent to our service in Liverpool. Andrew was admitted to Redford Court after a traumatic hit and run accident in 2010.
Leigh Sanders has been putting in a gruelling effort to fundraise and raise awareness for The Disabilities Trust, despite a turbulent few months filled with highs and lows.
The Brain Injury Rehabilitation Trust (BIRT) has been approached by Channel 4's popular soap Hollyoaks to advise on its current brain injury storyline.
Representatives from the Cabinet Office recently visited Jane Percy House to see how Community Payback had benefitted the service. They were shown how the garden had been improved.
Catherine Portman and Amanda Haynes from The Disabilities Trust knitted themed ‘hats’ for Cadbury Creme Eggs this Easter to fundraise for our ConnectAbility appeal, raising over £300!
A round up from the service users at Graham Anderson House. From an Easter themed coffee morning with home-made crafts to an anti-bullying awareness day which proved very successful.
Congratulations to Lynn Hale who won the Employee of the month award at Jane Percy House, in Cramlington. Lynn won because of her bright and cheerful attitude and dedication to the service users.