News2018-03-14T12:36:32+00:00

Additional Care and Support services in Essex

Our Care and Support team has won a floating support contract covering the whole of Essex. Essex County Council has recognised that challenges - such as welfare reforms and the increasing cost of privately rented housing - are creating an environment where housing-related support services are crucial. They have now commissioned Peabody to deliver a floating service across Essex. The services' main remit is to help prevent homelessness. It will offer customers support in sustaining their tenancies: from providing information, advice and guidance to longer-term support. The new contract will start at the beginning of April 2019 and run for seven years, supporting an average of 18,000 customers each year.  

  • Celebrating Dignity Day in Colchester

Celebrating Dignity Action Day

Customers from a group of our learning disability schemes in Essex came together recently to enjoy tea and cake to celebrate Dignity Action Day.

An angel in Southend

At this time of year we’re used to hearing about angels of the celestial type. But much less often do we get told of a real angel - but there’s one in Southend on Sea!

Bexhill happy stones

"We like the fact that people may feel happy if they find a stone, we might cheer someone up if they feel down."

Let’s Get Sporty

Customers from our Avalon Care Home recently got competitive when they took part in the local Lions Club Midsummer Sports Day.

Ready, steady, go!

Residents and staff of Prescott House, an extra care scheme in Burgess Hill, were invited to attend the Tudor House nursery’s sports day following their visit to the scheme at Easter.

Summer party at Prescott

Residents and staff from three local services came together to enjoy a fun-filled summer party at Prescott House in Burgess Hill last week.

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