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Ayesha’s life changing transition journey
Transition

Ayesha’s life changing transition journey

Ayesha and her staff team decided that she needed a change. She was living at Spring Grove Road, another Voyage Care service, but she wasn’t settled. As a result, she frequently demonstrated challenging behaviours. They agreed to look for a ...

Ross is learning independent living skills at home
Supported living

Ross is learning independent living skills at home

Ross, who lives at Sonnet Court – one of our supported living properties, enjoys studying independent living skills at Totton College and has attended the college for around two years. Unfortunately, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, classes have been cancelled. ...

Never stop fighting
Brain injury rehab

Never stop fighting

Jason sustained a brain injury three weeks after his 18th birthday when he was involved in a car accident. The accident left him hospitalised for several months; he was un able to breathe independently and had severe front lobe damage ...

Dave’s dedication to recovery
Brain injury rehab

Dave’s dedication to recovery

Dave is a 46-year-old gentleman who joined at John Cabot house in April 2017 after incurring a brain injury. Dave had bilateral neck injuries, a sternal injury and a dense right hemiplegia. This resulted in Dave having very limited use ...

Life after brain injury
Brain injury rehab

Life after brain injury

After sustaining a brain injury, Sharon joined us at Maeres House with the goal of becoming independent again. Her brain injury left Sharon non-verbal and unable to complete daily tasks; she was lacking independence and confidence. Kayley Sharp, Service Manager ...

On the road to recovery
Brain injury rehab

On the road to recovery

Albert* transferred to Glasshouse from a rehabilitation centre in Derby. Albert* suffered a cardiac arrest whilst at home, he was then taken to hospital where he was intubated for 4 days and put in an induced coma. He went on ...

Neil’s time to shine
Brain injury rehab

Neil’s time to shine

Neil sustained a brain injury in his 20’s after a road traffic accident. We were pleased to have him join us here at Willowbrook nearly 11 years ago. Neil is very independent but needs support with his daily living skills ...

Helping Thomas overcome his fear of animals
Autism support

Helping Thomas overcome his fear of animals

Please note: all social activities and interactions mentioned in this piece took place prior to the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic. All staff are ensuring that the people we support are safe during this difficult time whilst helping them to understand and ...

Relocation, relocation, relocation – for the better!
Transition

Relocation, relocation, relocation – for the better!

We support Matt* at one of our residential care homes in Somerset. Matt* has physical disabilities and needs full support with all of his needs. Before Matt* moved to our residential care home, his family were concerned that he wasn’t ...

Small steps to a brighter future – Adam’s story
Autism support

Small steps to a brighter future – Adam’s story

Adam*, an autistic person we support, first came to one of our services in September 2017. Shortly after arriving at the care home, from hospital, his support team soon realised that Adam* was struggling to engage with others and didn’t ...

Scoring and soaring, above and beyond in quality!
Care Homes

Scoring and soaring, above and beyond in quality!

Earlier this year we caught up with one of our care home managers, Kelly Barnard, about their recent quality audit which went up from 91.8% to 98.4%. Kelly looks after and manages one of our outstanding rated care homes in ...

Staff bring Dan and his father back together, after a long 14 years
Care Homes

Staff bring Dan and his father back together, after a long 14 years

Dan*, a gentleman we support, unfortunately lost contact with his paternal family when he moved into one of our care homes – due to a relationship breakdown between his parents. He has profound learning disabilities, physical disabilities and is non-verbal, ...