Success Stories

May 5, 2021

Supporting PWS Awareness Month – focusing on good mental health for people with PWS

Samsoor, an individual with Prader-Willi Syndrome (PWS) and a mild learning disability, moved in to Fletton Avenue, a specialist PWS service based in Peterborough, Cambridgeshire in October 2020. Prior to moving into Fletton, Samsoor had lived with his parents and sisters in his family home. Samsoor’s Dad worked overseas, returning every three months, and at…

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April 6, 2021

Tom’s Success Story – Beech Court

How a good outdoorsy, structured life is supporting Tom’s mental health and wellbeing at Beech Court… Tom, aged 30, an individual with a learning disability and classic autism, has been living at Beech Court for the last nine years. Beech Court is a homely residential service close to Ashurst, near Southampton, comprising of six self-contained…

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March 19, 2021

Positive progress at Tushmore Lane for a calmer and more confident James

James, aged 20, an individual with a mild learning disability and autism, moved to Tushmore Lane, in Crawley, Surrey, in the summer of 2018, as part of a planned transition from a Children’s service into adult provision. Tushmore Lane is a small residential service that supports younger adults, aged 20-40 with learning disabilities, autism and…

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January 18, 2021

St Stephen’s Road – Josh’s Story

Josh’s Story Josh, aged 20, moved into St Stephen’s Road, a supported living service in Cheltenham, Gloucestershire, two years ago. Prior to moving into the service, Josh, who has a mild learning disability and autism, had been living in a residential service for Children and Young people. Josh had struggled with living in a shared…

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