Angela lives in Newark and recently had her second covid vaccine. We caught up with Angela to find out about her lockdown experience and what she is looking forward to most now she has had her vaccine.
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 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.
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.
Our Notts Support at Home team have been supporting Aron for about a year now. He recently went on a surprise trip to watch his team play at Wembley, and we spoke to Aron to find out a bit more.
During Learning Disability Week, we are shining a light on the challenges of reconnecting with friends and communities.
“As an activities coordinator at FitzRoy, no two days are the same. I might come into work with a plan – but that soon changes! But that’s why I love my job.”
At the start of April Tony moved into his forever home, a small bungalow perfectly suited for one!
60 years ago, Elizabeth FitzRoy believed that everyone deserved a fulfilled life with love, choice and independence to be happy, healthy and at home. FitzRoy was founded to support people with learning disabilities to live and thrive in the community, rather than be isolated in institutions.
The people we support at our Hampshire care home Donec Mews have officially kickstarted our Around FitzRoy in 80 Days challenge!