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Solar Care Homes becomes part of The Regard Group


​Regard has acquired Cornwall-based Solar Care Homes Ltd.

Makaton choir appeals for new platforms


A Shrewsbury-based choir whose performances focus on signing rather than singing is appealing for an invitation to perform in front of a new audience in the region.

Katie from Caeronnen has been shortlisted for the prestigious Wales Care Awards


Katie Owen, who lives in Drefach Felindre, has been shortlisted as a finalist at the prestigious Wales Care Awards, known as the social care Oscars.

Regard’s regional meeting inspires leaders


Our People from the London, East and South East region gathered together recently for a Frontline Leaders conference, with the theme focused on Regard’s ‘Culture and Digital Journey’....

Green-fingered Alice wows friends at Rhyme House


Alice, who has learning difficulties, is wowing house-mates and staff at the residential service where she lives in Kent, with her previously unsuspected horticultural skills.

New life experiences for Jody at Orchard View


A Strood man with learning disabilities is discovering how much more satisfying life can be when you try out new experiences.

The Regard Group collaborate with Purple Space


This year, The Regard Group joined Purple Space – the world’s only professional development hub for disability network leaders.

Regard team are through to the Wales Care Awards Finals 2018


We are pleased to announce that two team members from the Welsh region are through to the finals of the Wales Care Awards, with another team member going through...

Multiple awards success for Regard in Wales


Rosalyn Redford from Garthowen near Llandysul, has been shortlisted as ‘Support Worker Of The Year,’ and her colleague Amyleigh Normanton is a finalist in the category of ‘The Manager...

The Regard Group become Stonewall Diversity Champions


At The Regard Group we value equality. We believe in promoting inclusion, celebrating diversity - and we are delighted to announce that we are now Stonewall Diversity Champions.

The Regard Group become members of The Care Workers Charity


We are delighted to announce that we have become members of The Care Workers Charity. The Care Workers Charity is dedicated to helping current, former and retired care workers.<...

Brighton Disability Pride role for Arden House volunteers


Members of our supported living service in Brighton have volunteered their help to make sure celebration-goers stay hydrated at this weekend’s Disability Pride event.

Promoting community spirit with fun and friendship at Starboard House


A warm welcome was enjoyed by visitors to our Southampton residential care home recently, when the people who live there held an afternoon tea party as part of the...

Regard hosts open days to boost community integration


Open days are being hosted throughout England and Wales by The Regard Group with the aim of boosting community integration for people with learning disabilities, mental health and acquired...

The Regard Awards - Spring 2018 winners


Congratulations to our latest Regard Award recipients, who demonstrate the many ways in which they are living the Regard Values of ‘Compassionate Care’, ‘Excellence’ and ‘Hard Work’ as well...

Graham from Homeleigh finds a new zest for life


Securing himself a volunteer position at a British Heart Foundation shop has been the key to uncovering a fresh zest for life for a Manchester man with learning disabilities.<...

Recognition for Inglewood residential home in National Learning Disability Awards


Inglewood House, our residential home in Camberley for adults with a learning disability, has been named as a finalist in the 2018 National Learning Disability Awards in the category of ...

Recognition for Helen from Town Farm Workshop, in National Learning Disability Awards


Helen Ritson has been named as a finalist in the 2018 National Learning Disability Awards in the category of ‘Making A Difference.’

Recognition for Sue from The Regard Group, in National Learning Disability Awards


Sue Snelling from Sudbury has been named as a finalist in the 2018 National Learning Disability Awards in the category of ‘The Manager.’

Taurean who lives at Arden House rocks the stage


Taurean, who finds it hard to communicate due to autism, has found his voice after joining a band.

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