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Supporting lives without limits

Case study: Housing

  • Antony Rider
  • July 30, 2021

Turning life around   FB was referred to our service from a voluntary sector substance use service. They had lost several tenancies due to the behaviour of their visitors, who…

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Case study: Nursing Care “Unsafe Swallow Project”

  • Antony Rider
  • July 30, 2021

Unsafe swallow project One of our leading team, Gerrard Wainwright has been working with Robert Cooper, a member of our client group (SEVEN), on a project supported by the Queens…

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Case Study: Respite Care

  • Antony Rider
  • July 27, 2021

Respite Care K was a gentleman of 53 years of age, he came to the service from hospital where he ended up due to health deterioration at his previous supported…

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Case Study: Supported Living

  • Antony Rider
  • July 27, 2021

Linda's Story St Anne’s staff currently support a lady named Linda who came to our Gateshead Supported Living Service as an emergency placement through Gateshead Council. We were aware that there was…

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Case Study: Care Outreach

  • Antony Rider
  • July 26, 2021

Supporting PTSD Within our Leeds Floating Outreach and Transition service we supported a 19-year-old female who had a significant history of sexual abuse within her family, and as a result…

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Case Study: Respite Nursing Care

  • C21Admin
  • June 28, 2021

Respite Nursing Care Our Aachen Brook Service, in Calderdale, is a nursing and respite service which provides care for people with learning disabilities who have physical complex health and behavioural…

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Case Study: Homelessness

  • C21Admin
  • June 28, 2021

Supporting needs and providing a future Client A presented at our service following different stays in women refuges and homeless provisions, all that appeared to break down due to shared…

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Case Study: Supported Living

  • Antony Rider
  • June 28, 2021

Supported Living: Fred's Story Fred had a very poor experience of moving into the community which had led to him remaining in hospital ever since. Fred has very significant and…

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