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  • Today we are celebrating Employee Appreciation Day! Members of staff from all over the country are handing out notes of appreciation to each other and we couldn't be prouder of the amazing work our teams do. Thank you to our wonderful staff, we appreciate you!

  • A number of colleagues at our Group Support office in #Lichfield received a special delivery yesterday - a 'Festive Cheers!' Over the last couple of weeks, colleagues have had the opportunity to spread happiness, joy and say thank you to their team member, by purchasing a thank you note (which has the added bonus of being attached to a candy cane!). Thank you to everyone who took part - we're proud to say we have raised £80.85 for Headway - the brain injury association #FestiveSeason #Christmas #Fundraising

  • 'I have found something with purpose and meaning - the best is yet to come'

    When I was growing up I always dreamt of playing centre forward for Man City, but like many other children, my 'dream career' wasn't...

  • We spoke to Simon, one of our Operations Managers about his career journey and what it's like working #SocialCare as a male. This is what he told us: #InternationalMensDay #CareAsACareer

    " school I was always told to get a career, gain a trade etc."

    As part of International Men's Day, we caught up with Simon Evans, Operations Manager to discuss his career journey, working in health and social care as a male. Simon had his first brush in the sector when he began work experience at a local cottage hospital.

  • We were proud to launch our new apprenticeship programme a couple of weeks ago, helping young people to receive the training and experience they need to forge a successful career in the care sector. This week we recruited our first apprentice into our Woolston Road Service and we are looking forward to welcoming many more #CareAsACareer #thefutureofwork

  • Our staff are committed to helping the people they support to develop their independence and to do the things they love to do. Don't take our word for it's what some of our staff and people we support in Somerset had to say.

    Building your independence

    Our staff are committed to helping the people they support to develop their independence and to do the things they love to do.

  • Laura Jordan, our Head of Legal, stepped away from her usual working day and joined our team in Burton as a Support Worker for a week. Find out how she got on here:

    Laura Jordan - "My week as a support worker"

    Our head of legal, Laura Jordan, spent a week as support worker in Burton. Find out how she got on here...

  • This week is Brain Injury Awareness Week and John, one of the people we support, tells us his story... After joining the army in 2009, John was deployed to Afghanistan to serve his country. John was relieving a fellow soldier who had been on duty on a compound roof when his life changed forever. “I was literally on the roof for no more than 10 seconds when I was shot through my head and right eye,” explained John, a father-of-two. After years of rehabilitation at one of our brain injury rehab services in Nuneaton, John has finally been able to take the big step and move into his own flat! Read John's journey here:

    John moves into his own flat

    In 2012, at the age of just 23, John was shot through the head and right eye while serving as a soldier in Afghanistan. He was taken to Kabul for e...

  • We are celebrating International Women's Day today by introducing you to 100 incredible women in the health and social care sector. Take a look at our #100womenfor100years campaign for #InternationalWomensDay #IWD2018

    100 women for 100 Years - Celebrating International Women's Day 2018

    2018 celebrates 100 years since women won their right to vote in the United Kingdom and since then women have made great strides in the name of equali...

  • We're proud to say that our Nottingham Supported Living DCA has been rated as Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission. Congratulations to Michelle and her team!

    CQC rates Voyage Care supported living DCA as Outstanding in Nottinghamshire

    The Care Quality Commission (CQC) have released a draft report rating our Nottingham Supported Living DCA as Outstanding. The community support hub supports individuals with learning disabilities and autism in their own homes throughout Nottinghamshire. This new rating takes us to a total of 4 Outstanding ratings by CQC and an average of 93% of all registered locations rated as Good or Outstanding.

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