Last year, Pathways residents created some “Happy stones” to hide around Bexhill with the hope of brightening someone’s day. This mission has certainly been accomplished! Residents of Pathways, a specialist supported housing scheme in Bexhill for people with mental health issues, originally set out to paint the stones to decorate their new book case. They decided instead to hide these stones when out on their walks, in the hope of cheering up local people. As it became clear how much people liked the stones, a Facebook page was set up where people could share the stones they had found, and people were encouraged to re-hide the stones in another place to continue to spread the cheer. The stones keep rolling So far, the stones have turned up in Kings Cross, Germany and Italy but the response from one of the finders in Bexhill really encapsulates the thought behind the idea.
The West Sussex Domiciliary Care service, based in Prescott House (above) in Burgess Hill and Arthur Bliss House in Lindfield, has successfully achieved a ‘good’ Care Quality Commission (CQC) rating during its
Hornsey Lane, our specialist care and support scheme in Islington, achieved a ‘Good’ Care Quality Commission (CQC) rating during its recent inspection. Learn more about Hornsey Lane The scheme supports up to 12 customers with
Our Mental Health Peer Support programme has won the 'Excellence in Engagement in Support and Care' category Our Peer Support programme offers training for customers who have had experience of mental distress and it has proven
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