Success Stories

December 20, 2019

Beech Court – Ryan’s Success Story

Ryan, an individual with learning disabilities and autism moved to Beech Court, a residential service in Southampton, Hampshire in October 2018 after his previous placement broke down. Ryan had been living in a shared residential service for several years however, his behaviour had become more challenging and after an incident at the home, Ryan lost…

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September 25, 2019

Maria’s Story – Belstead Mews

Maria, a young girl with severe autism moved to Belstead Mews, a Children’s and Young Person’s residential service in Ipswich, Suffolk at the age of 13, having spent over six months in a hospital environment under Section 3 of the Mental Health Act (1983) due to her high level of anxiety and associated behaviours. Maria’s…

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September 25, 2019

James’s Story – Belstead Mews

James, a young man with learning disabilities and complex needs, moved to Belstead Mews, a Children’s and Young Person’s Service in Ipswich, Suffolk at the age of 16, as his family were struggling to cope with his violent and aggressive behaviour, especially towards his siblings. James, whose complex needs include global development delay and a…

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July 13, 2018

Positive links with Community Specialists prevent a hospital admission

The support team at Gretton House have long established positive working relationships with local health and social care professionals. Those links were further strengthened this year though multi-agency working whilst ensuring the prevention of a hospital admission for one person supported at Gretton House in Northamptonshire. Harry is a young man who came to live…

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