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6th July 2020 Despite the recent relaxation seen across the country in terms of lockdown and social distancing, there are no changes being implemented in relation to visiting practices across the Active Care Group at this present time. As lockdown easements are underway, the Government is yet to provide guidance for the Adult Social Care…

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Dan Fox, a Service User at Hunters Moor is doing a virtual cycle from Lands End to John O’Groats for Midlands Air Ambulance Charity, because they’ve saved his life. We think this is amazing, and are all very proud of Dan. Below is Dan’s inspiring story, to donate, please visit his Just Giving page here.…

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Firstly, you are all doing a fantastic job in what is the most extraordinary of circumstances.  On behalf of everyone at Christchurch Group and all of our patients and families – THANK YOU!!  YOU ARE SUPERSTARS, EACH AND EVERY ONE OF YOU!!! Secondly, it’s worth keeping in mind that most people whom develop coronavirus will…

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As you are aware we are in unprecedented circumstances with the continuing spread of COVID-19 and as such have reviewed our visiting arrangements across all of our services. We understand how important it is for patients to receive visitors, however, we need to ensure the safety and well – being of all our patients. Therefore,…

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Ruth Smith, our Chief Operating Officer has recently spoken to CareTalk, reflecting on a report published by Sue Ryder in March 2019 which estimated over 15,000 people with complex neurological conditions are living in general old-age care homes, and considering what 2020 may hold for these individuals and their families. To read the full article…

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This week on Sunday the 8th March, it’s International Women’s Day!  A global day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women.  The day also marks a call to action for accelerating women’s equality.  This year’s theme is #EachForEqual, celebrating women’s achievements and taking action for equality.  We’ve decided to celebrate International…

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Diversity is always important, especially in the work place. It means understanding that each individual is unique, and recognizing our individual differences. These can be the differences in race, ethnicity, gender, sexual orientation, socio-economic status, age, physical abilities, religious beliefs, political beliefs, or other ideologies. So, in simple terms, a diverse workforce is inclusive, and…

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  1951 Roberta Cowell is the first known British trans woman to have reassignment surgery and her birth certificate changed. More   1958 The Homosexual Law Reform Society is formed, to campaign for same-sex relationships to be legalised in the UK.   1964 The North Western Homosexual Law Reform Society is founded to promote legal…

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Positive outcomes are always great to hear about. At Lloyd House in Northampton, we have a Service User that has made amazing progress with the help of our MDT team and a local fitness group, Fitness without boundaries. We found out from the Service user, about their achievements, progress and what has helped them. What…

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Exercise is great and can benefit you in so many different ways. If you have a brain injury, you may have physical problems meaning exercise may be a big part of your overall rehabilitation.  If you have no physical affects, but your emotions and cognitive function are affected, staying active can be a great way…

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