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  • Technology can give people with dementia help and support to remain independent, safe and socially involved. Carers may find it offers them support and reassurance as well. Visit our virtual house to see how Assistive Technology can help you or your loved one remain independent at home.
  • Date: Saturday 1st April Time: 10am – 12pm and 2pm – 4pm 1 Swinneyford Road, Towcester, Northampton, NN12 6HDRidgway House is a welcoming residential home in Towcester. We aspire to provide the best possible service to every individual we support and our aim is to do everything we
  • Individual’s AspirationsRohesia goes to college but wanted something else to do too. She was particularly interested in working with children. Rohesia had suffered from a lack of confidence and was very shy.What support has been offered? Rohesia was supported to come to St. Marks in Corby
  • To promote Dignity Action Day, customers and staff of Olympus Care Service Homes and Day Centres were invited to a Digni-Tea Party at their respective homes. There was plenty of tea, cake, music and laughter and, most importantly, the care staff were able to clearly discuss the Dignity Do’s
  • To promote Dignity Action Day, customers and staff of Olympus Care Service Homes and Day Centres were invited to a Digni-Tea Party at their respective homes. There was plenty of tea, cake, music and laughter and, most importantly, the care staff were able to clearly discuss the Dignity Do’s
  • To promote Dignity Action Day, customers and staff of Olympus Care Service Homes and Day Centres were invited to a Digni-Tea Party at their respective homes. There was plenty of tea, cake, music and laughter and, most importantly, the care staff were able to clearly discuss the Dignity Do’s with
  • Jonathon would like to work in a volunteering role ( Although he has talked about potentially opening up his own stall selling his creative items, including Warhammer Armour!) Jonathon is extremely creative and has a natural artistic flow, with attention to details.What support has been offered?
  • Individual’s Aspirations Stuart was referred to LIVE by Care Management. He wanted to work for less than16 hours a week. This is so his benefits would not be affected.What support has been offered?Stuart was supported to update his CV, job search and supported to interview. He had already
  • Individual AspirationsAshley was supported by his family to get involved with LIVE as they felt he was isolated at home.What support has been offered?Ashley left school and was not interested in taking up a place at college. He is part of a really supportive, proactive family unit. He spent a lot
  • Most of us at some point in our lives will be in contact with care services, be that in our work, as a service user, carer, relative or friend and when we do we hope we will be treated with Dignity and respect. Over 2 million health and social care staff in the UK work around the clock to provide

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