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Here you can read the latest news, blog posts and views from our staff, the people we support and their families at our services across the UK. If you would like to contact the press team, please call us on 01543 484506, or email press@voyagecare.com

​Responding to the state of care in England

by Micheala Blanche

The CQC published The state of health care and adult social care in England 2016/17 report on 10 October 2017. It is their annual assessment of health and social care in England. The report looks at the trends, highlights examples of good and outstanding care, and identifies factors that maintain... More >

Autism– finding a way to communicate

Social situations can be challenging for people with autism. Autistic people can often appear to be self-absorbed and in a world of their own, unable to communicate and interact successfully with others. They may also have difficulties communicating non-verbally, such as making eye contact, use of facial... More >

Autism – sensory processing

Blog post by Gail Withington, BROCS Day Centre Autistic people often experience sensory processing disturbances, which means they are often over (hyper) or under (hypo) sensitive to external stimuli.  We support a number of people who are hyper sensitive to noise and the range and volume of the... More >

Autism jargon buster

ASC: Autism Spectrum Conditions ASD: Autistic Spectrum Disorders Accredited NAS Service: Service that has been accredited by NAS as meeting the appropriate NAS standards i.e. residential or community standards and is part of ongoing review by NAS ADHD: Attention Deficit (Hyperactivity) Disorder... More >

Talking about autism

The language we use to talk about autistic people is important because it shapes and changes attitudes. What words do people prefer to use to describe people with autistic spectrum conditions? ‘Autistic’, ‘with autism’, ‘has autism’? The National Autistic Society (NAS) recently published some research... More >