In light of Mental Health Awareness Week last week we wanted to highlight the importance of STOMP (Stopping over medication of people with a learning disability, autism, or both) and share Richard’s story. Upon Richard’s arrival, he was taking numerous medications and experiencing frequent incidents due to his behavior. However, a decision was made four weeks ago to gradually discontinue some of his medications, resulting in a significant improvement. Since then, he has only had one incident.
Love4Life is coming to Coventry to offer even more people a space to have fun, learn new life skills and build friendships.
Earlier this year, our supported living service in Banbury, Oxfordshire, started work on their garden workshop project, and now it’s ready just in time for summer!
With the help of FitzRoy's staff, Courtney found a place where she can shine, from a quiet, laid back supported living service to a more vibrant and lively environment to match her flamboyant personality.
Continued encouragement and praise from staff helps Jackie to get her confidence in walking back.
The people we support came together once again at Nationwide to help make decisions for the future of FitzRoy.
Mark finds new independence through his Alexa and talking watch.
Martin, FitzRoy's Chair of Trustees, is taking on the Camino Way on a 500km, eight day cycle ride to raise money for the people we support.
After hitting it off in our Nottingham Support at Home service, Jamie and Lorraine were recently supported on their second date to a country house.
Last month Lucky fulfilled his lifelong dream when he went on holiday to Memphis to celebrate his 60th birthday.