Going above and beyond at Dalvington

Crispin, who has Down’s Syndrome and Alzheimer’s disease, has lived at Dalvington and the Oaks, our care home in Malvern, for 47 years.

Mary kicks her 60 year smoking habit

After a short stay in hospital, Mary, with the help of our fantastic team, has kicked her 60 year smoking habit and is excited about new opportunities and new experiences now open to her.

Andy goes to the Commonwealth Games

Keen sports fan Andy knew he wanted to be part of the action when he found out that the Commonwealth Games would be heading to Birmingham this year.

Art isn’t just a passion for Jeremiah, it’s his therapy

Finding out someone's passion can be a gamechanger for both our staff and the people we support. For Jeremiah in Coventry, his world was suddenly filled with colour and possibilities when he realised his love for art.

Helen gets back on the bus

Helen has lived in her maisonette at Willow Courtyard, one of our supported living services in Coventry, for over 30 years now. She is in her 80’s and is still fiercely independent and determined to make the most of every day.

Steve’s journey begins at Dalvington and The Oaks

Steve is one of our newest residents at our Malvern care home Dalvington and The Oaks, after moving in March. In just a short space of time, Steve is healthier and happier than ever – and his mum Carol says she is ‘forever grateful’ for the team’s hard work.

Debbie and Steven’s dream holiday

Debbie and Steven met in 2013 when Debbie held a Valentine’s party. They have been together ever since and are now engaged. They spend every weekend together, taking it in turns to stay at each other’s home in Fakenham and Dereham.

Making lifelong memories at Boldshaves Oast

Summer has begun and the people we support in our Kent care home Boldshaves Oast are busy doing all the things they love again. From kayaking to festivals, we caught up with deputy manager Michael to find out more.