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  • Art Therapy and Reflective Drawings

    Wed, 09 June 2021

    Art Therapy and Reflective Drawings: In this video one of our creative services users, Simon, talks about his reflective drawings and how they help him with his memory.

  • My story as a Complex Care Nurse

    Tue, 18 May 2021

    Meet Cheryl, one of our Regional Nurse Managers and a complex care specialist. Cheryl shares her story with Filipino UK Nurses, describing her experience of working in this sector including its benefits and challenges.

  • A day in the life of a Support Worker

    Tue, 04 May 2021

    VIDEO: A day in the life of Support Worker. Meet Kirsty a HASCS support worker who takes you on a journey through her day. This video is a fascinating insight into the work of a complex care support worker.

  • Video: Meet Ruairi

    Mon, 22 March 2021

    Meet Ruairi one of our intrepid services users who loves to take part in many outdoor activities and hobbies, including body boarding and metal detecting.

  • Are you looking for help with Case Management?

    Tue, 09 February 2021

    Are you looking for help with Case Management? We can help with, recruitment, DBS checks, mandatory & specialist training and compliance.

  • Video: Meet James

    Mon, 01 February 2021

    James is one of our amazing and cheerful service users who has very kindly allowed us to make a short video about some of the things he likes to do, including singing!!

  • Where is your retrospective CHC Claim up to?

    Wed, 11 November 2020

    Where is your retrospective CHC Claim up to? If you’re frustrated by delays, read this article from the Care to be Different website:

  • BABICM

    Wed, 04 November 2020

    We are  proud to be a member of The British Association of Brain injury and Complex Case Management (BABICM).

  • What is continuing care & complex care?

    Wed, 12 August 2020

    Clients receiving continuing care or complex care have substantial and ongoing healthcare needs. These can be the result of chronic illness, disabilities or following hospital treatment.