Live Learn Thrive - London Campaign
The campaign aims to raise £50k over the next year and completely revolutionise all eight flats into modern, comfortable, accessible and therapeutic spaces.
If you visit our Registered Care homes in London, it’s impossible to miss the sense of community that has been created by both the people we support and our staff. From music therapy, to lunch at the local café, baking cakes and socialising with friends, the people we support live happy, healthy and meaningful lives.
“Staff support Tony in a professional, caring and inclusive way to enable him to access local events and places of interest. Tony enjoys spending quality time with his family and we are actively involved in his home life.”
- Kim, Tony’s niece
The London Cats is a social group, where the people we support in Anvil Close and Southview Close in London meet up once a month to do fun activities such as baking, arts and crafts, karaoke and games nights.
“Everyone really looks forward to the monthly London Cats meetings as they enjoy catching up with their friends and trying new activities. The meetings also give people the sense of achievement when they have tried a new activity or learnt a new skill. They are always immensely proud of their achievements and eager to share this with staff or family after the meetings.”
- Frontline Manager at Anvil Close
Have you ever thought about a nursing career? Do you have experience working with people who have a learning disability?
Colin Schimmefennig won the Frontline Employee in Adult Services award while his team won the Outstanding Team award at the recent Marjorie Newton Wright…
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