ACA+I are delighted to have gained another planning approval for a new-build Acquired Brain Injury Unit in Wisbech, on behalf of Swanton Care and Community Ltd.
ACA+I are proud to share that planning approval has been achieved for the refurbishment and extension of Eden View Acquired Brain Injury Unit in Bottisham, on behalf of Swanton Care and Community Ltd.
Swanton Care and Community, has been named The Employer of the Year (Independent) at The National Learning Disability and Autism Awards.
Swanton Care and Community has been crowned ‘Complex Care Provider of the Year’ at the prestigious Health Investor Awards 2016.
Southfields’ young adults with Autism, Asperger’s, OCD and Learning Disabilities have helped raise more than £1100 for others affected by similar conditions.
PARK LODGE, a residential care home for adults with learning disabilities and autism has been rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Tynedale residential care home for adults with learning difficulties and autism has been rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Murton Grange residential care home for adults with learning difficulties and autism has been rated ‘Good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Baylis Place and Huckleberry House, two of Hull’s leading services for the care of adults with learning difficulties and autism have been given a glowing report by Living Autism.
Congratulations from Swanton Managment team to Linda and Jason from Glyncoed side on completing QCF Level 2 !
Baylis Place raised £411 for Dementia Care UK !
Swanton Care & Community is very excited and honored to be shortlisted as finalist for Residential Care Provider category at the forthcoming 2014 Laing Busson Independent Healthcare Awards. Thank you to everyone for all their hard work to get us to this stage.
Mark Wiseman is a talented artist and service user who has in the past kindly provided some of his drawings and paintings to locals and upon Andys arrival he let him know he was going to do him a special painting for his office.
Darwin Place is undergoing a major overhaul in the communication department! We are very excited to share that we have been asked to be a pilot scheme for the local speech and language therapy team. This means we will have the knowledge and support of 3 speech and language therapists for the next 6 months who are going to train the staff and visit our home regularly to make sure that we are using all forms of communication with our service users. So far the staff have really enjoyed looking at intensive interaction & visual schedules. The response from our service users has been great and we cant wait to learn more so we can communicate better with everyone!
Resident Lenny Tatchell enjoys a day trip to Sheringham in Norfolk Poppy line steam train. Lenny has a wealth of knowledge on the history of trains and enjoys sharing his knowledge with other Residents and Staff. Lenny shows a keen interest in volunteering to support our local steam train service and rail track safety and repairs.
Resident John Lince enjoys a trip to Fairhaven water gardens in Norfolk and enjoys identifying species of wildlife through his binoculars.
Spring weather arrives and residents Paul Gee and Howard Smith are outside painting bird boxes for the garden to attract new species of wild bird into the garden this year. Heath Farm House are also members of the RSPB.
Resident Howard Smith gets involved in promoting awareness for Riding for the Disabled to enhance volunteering and promote the charity. Howard Smith’s support worker and family worked with the local media to develop relationships and gain new volunteers to ensure the continuation of the service.
Staff member Mike Hayes receives his 15 years service award. Resident Paul Gee presents Mike with a bouquet of flowers, gift vouchers and crystal glass engraved award. Residents and staff celebrate Louise’s and Mike’s achievements with a afternoon tea party.
This year has been very challenging but hugely rewarding for myself and the staff at Darwin Place & Darwin Domiciliary. I have been really fortunate to win 2 awards based on our achievements at Darwin Place. The first award was through the Barchester Care Awards for the Diverse Services Champion. I felt really proud of this because I had been nominated by a colleague & peer who could see how we as a team were dealing with some really difficult issues in our home. The award ceremony itself was glorious and a huge deal was made of all the finalists. As a company it was great to see what others were achieving and hear the stories about what they were doing that was above & beyond the call of duty.
Staff member Louise Lincoln receives her 10 year service award. Resident Bob Wilson presents Louise with a bouquet of flowers, gift vouchers and crystal glass engraved award.