News & Events

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Supported Living Christmas Celebration

Yes - it's that time of year, folks! Time to retrieve those expanding trousers ready for all the Christmas parties! Last night was our Supported Living festive feast at the Three Crowns, Stone. We had a wonderful time with parents and residents, accompanied by Kerry Tutty, House Manager. Thanks to all staff at the Three Crowns for looking after us. A massive thank-you to our Supported Living Team for providing such fantastic support to everyone during the year, and congratulations to all of our residents, who surprise us every day with their achievements. Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year to everyone!!

Our next Occupational Information Session

Hi everyone - just a message to say that our next Occupational Therapy information session is in January 2020.....see details below.
Our last session was a great success! You can read a selection of comments below – see you next time 

“Friendly setting, very informative, allowing time for questions”

“Gordon explained things simply and thoroughly. Great session, would love more!”

“The session helped me gain an understanding of son's sensory needs and where I need to implement change.
Wished we had longer, as this information is beneficial for us all. I enjoyed it and learnt a lot”

“A lot of relevant information, very imformative and look forward to more advice”

“Very informative, good examples”

“Learnt about the aspects of all different sensory needs, was so imformative and well delivered. Fab, loved it”

“Lots of information given about sensory needs”

“Good explanations and right level of information; good venue”

Christmas is coming to Midlands Psychology...

Here it is folks! Exciting news of our Christmas event... Come and join us at the Hayes for some Christmassy fun! Everyone welcome.

 

Occupational Therapy Information Session

A great morning's training was had by all when Gordon Heath, our specialist Occupational Therapist, delivered training on how to help your child with sensory and motor difficulties. Gordon will be following this up with an advice surgery on Monday for individual families. We hope to be welcoming you to more of these events in due course. A big thank you for the AU-SUM Nicky Jones for sponsoring this training and for all the continuing support from AU-SUMs.

Care Quality Commission Audit Result

The Hayes - July 2019, CQC overall rating:

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IMPORTANT – SPORT ENGLAND NEWS……we did it!!!

We’re delighted to announce that our bid for National Lottery funding (from Sport England) has been successful! The money we have been awarded will be used to help us set up and run an exciting 3-year community project called Keep Achieving. Keep Achieving is an energetic pathway programme, designed around the needs of children who have autism and their families to support them to become more physically active by taking part in a programme of enjoyable activities which are as autism-friendly and family-friendly as possible. More details about Keep Achieving will be coming soon, so watch this space! 

Something we've missed or that people need to know?

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