the highest quality of service that we can deliver.
Putting the Care into Care.
Our new state-of-the art primary school has opened in Liverpool this month to support children across Merseyside who have a range of complex educational needs.
“Nothing can ever prepare you for the feeling of accomplishment you get every day when you work with our students. It’s a feeling I could never get bored of.” – Joanne Parr’s career story
I absolutely love working with the students and staff at Craig y Parc school. It has to be one of the most rewarding jobs to have, as whatever you put into the role, you get back 10-fold!
Having lost his job as a nightclub DJ due to the pandemic’s shut down of the hospitality and leisure sectors, Camborne resident Samuel Barnes took a drastic change in career.
“14 years later, I am still here and still loving my role and learning more every day.” – Katie Monington’s career story
I actually started working at Craig-Y-Parc as work experience, and that was when I fell in love with the school so I was happy that a year later, I officially got my contract and started as a full-time Learning Support Assistant!
Once flying high, Matthew Kavanagh left his cabin crew job to take on a new challenge and is now a Support Worker at the Kanner Project, Plymouth.
Our staff and the people we support at St. Peter’s Home in Watford have now all received the first dose of their vaccinations against COVID-19.
The staff and people we support at Westgate have enjoyed a Christmas meal in a pop-up restaurant in their garden. With the national lockdown and restrictions in place, staff had to think outside of the box to ensure the people we support were still able to have a...
Sharon Field, the Manager at Bull Point and Annex House in Barne Barton, has been nominated for the Home Care Registered Manager Award at this year’s Great British Care Awards.
We are delighted to announce that our Chief Executive, John Godden, has been awarded an MBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours for services to the care sector during the COVID-19 pandemic. John Godden MBE said: “I am immensely proud to have received this honour, which...
The team at Honeysuckle Farm in Leicester has been recognised in Knight Frank’s Healthcare Heroes Awards!
Classrooms will be named after nominated community members.
John, who lives at Roman House, had been finding it difficult to find a new routine adjusting to all the big changes that have happened this year. "Before March 2020 and COVID-19 spreading in England, I used to go to town every day. I would take the same bus there...