News & views


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

Quality matters

by Amanda Griffiths

Amanda Griffiths, Director of Quality: I’m proud to work in an organisation with such an unwavering focus on quality – and more specifically achieving meaningful outcomes for the people we support. Putting them at the centre of everything we do is the key to our success. The quality...  More >

A Christmas message from our CEO, Andrew Cannon

Merry Christmas from everyone at Voyage Care. What an amazing year 2017 has been! Watch the latest video from our CEO, Andrew Cannon, where he gives us a review of the year, with one of his personal highlights being working as a support worker for a week.  Some of our other highlights... More >

Positive Transitions

by Angie Hewitt

Hi, my name is Angie Hewitt and I am Voyage Care’s transitions lead for the South West. I started in this post a year ago and can honestly say I love my role! I have supported many teams to enable individuals to move and settle into their new supported living or registered residential homes, in a planned... More >

Why getting a job is good for you

Getting a job can make a real difference to your mental and physical health, as well as your pocket. Here are ten reasons why paid employment and volunteering are good for you: Earning your own money means you can be more independent. You can choose what you spend your money on. Having a job can improve... More >

Why everyone should vote in the General Election

by Andrew Cannon

The General Election is taking place on 8th June and most people will be getting ready to use their vote. Voting means you can have your say on the things that are important to you. Some people don’t want to vote, or think that they can’t vote.  Anyone who lives in the UK and is aged over 18 can... More >

Care home myth busters

Moving on We understand that moving home into a residential home or a supported living tenancy can be an emotional time. You may be excited about the move or anxious about how your life will change but we will help make the transition as smooth as possible. If you are considering a move, take a look... More >