Success Stories

November 6, 2017

Elliot’s Story – Grammar School House

Five years ago, in his early fifties, Elliot was a cheeky chap with a mild learning disability and Down’s syndrome who lived in supported living near Wood Green. He loved to sing, dance, and tease his sisters about the football teams they supported and was the life and soul of the party at the social…

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November 2, 2017

Angela’s Story – Blossoms

I was born on the 18th May 1951 and moved into a home called Magnolia House when my Mother passed away. Magnolia, was a big house but really did not suit my needs as my mobility was deteriorating and I could not use the stairs. In 2011, I was offered the opportunity to go and…

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October 27, 2017

Jean’s Story – Supported Living Wales

Jean Richards is 34 and has been living at a Consensus supported living service for just two years. She has a learning disability, and has been living in residential homes since the age of 15 in England and Wales. Jean is a very independent lady who loves living in Carmarthen where she is within walking…

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October 25, 2017

Mike’s Story – Pool Cottage

Eighteen months ago, in his mid-forties, Mike enjoyed life living at home with his sister, Maggie and brother-in-law, Selwyn. Fully mobile his learning disability wasn’t a barrier to him having employment and an active social life. However in August 2016 he suffered a Stroke which saw him hospitalised in two different locations for a year…

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