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Jonathan, from Cecil Court, is thrilled to be working at a local holiday park


Jonathan Briddick, who lives at Cecil Court, our supported living service in Cranborne has recently secured himself a paid job role.

Stephen becomes quite the budding fisherman at Llwyngwian Fawr


Stephen Carter, who is supported by the team at our Llwyngwian Fawr residential service in Gwynedd, has always loved fishing.

Michael’s independence grows with support from staff at The Grove 


Michael Hurst who lives at The Grove, our residential service in Sutton, is so proud of his recent developments that he and his key manager Francis wanted to share...

Ivers House Yoga classes help the people we support to relax


Ivers House, our residential service in Marnhull have been running yoga classes twice a month for the people they support.

Harwich House and Fleetwood House join together to celebrate Care Home Open Day


Fleetwood House, our residential service in Littlehampton opened its doors as part of Care Home Open Day, the service teamed up with neighbouring Regard service Harwich House for the...

Everyone has got green fingers at Cloverdale House


Cloverdale House, our residential service in Hove have been getting their hands dirty and getting involved in some gardening in the recent months.

Rosebank Lodge enjoy a BBQ in the sunshine


Last week Rosebank Lodge, our residential service in Mitcham held a summer BBQ for the people they support, friends and family.

‘The Zoo Who Comes to You’ visits Portland Street for Care Home Open Day


Last week, Portland Street, our residential service in King’s Lynn opened their doors as part of a nationwide Care Home Open Day event.

Kingsdown House throw a party in the “glorious” sunshine for Care Home Open Day


Kingsdown House, our residential service in Strood, held an event on a hot summer’s day in June as part of Care Home Open Day.

Woodbridge House helps make David’s wishes come true


An individual we support at our Woodbridge House residential care service in Gillingham was recently able to fulfil one of his wishes by taking a trip to his local...

Successful art show reunites Paul, from Livingstone Road, with his daughter


In a wonderful turn of events, Paul’s daughter recognised her Dad in photos of his art show on social media.

Cloverdale House throw sports day event for Care Home Open Day 


On Friday 16th June, Cloverdale House, our residential service in Hove, opened their doors and participated in Care Home Open Day.

Inglewood House throw ‘a very British’ tea party for Care Home Open Day


On Friday 16th June, Care Homes all over the country participated in a national event as part of the Care Home Open Day.

Garthowen get their faces painted to celebrate Care Home Open Day


Garthowen, our residential service in Ceredigion, welcomed people into their home as part of the National Care Home Open Day last week.

OWL Town Farm Workshop celebrate national Care Home Open Day


Last week Town Farm Workshop, our Outcome With Learning (OWL) day service in Cranborne, opened their doors for Care Home Open Day.

Coneyhurst Lodge hold coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan.


The staff and people we support at Coneyhurst Lodge, our residential service in Worthing, held a coffee morning to raise money for Macmillan.

Celebrating independent living at the seaside


Two friends are celebrating leaving residential care in Carmarthenshire to live independently in a seaside village in Ceredigion.

Natalie, from Bradwell House, swims 65 lengths to help raise money for charity


One of the individuals we support at our Bradwell House residential care service in Hythe, recently swam 65 lengths to help raise money for Marie Curie Cancer Care: a charity...

Uplands House brighten up their day with a trip to the sea front of Barry Island


As part of their planned activities the staff team at Uplands House, our residential care service in Newbridge, decided a day trip to the seafront of Barry Island is...

Rock ‘n’ Roll Party at Newton House


Newton House, our residential service in Newbury threw a Rock ‘n’ Roll Party last month to raise money for Regard’s charity of choice MIND.

Northfields House Creates Garden Themed Sensory Room


Northfields House, our residential care service in Ringwood, has recently created a sensory room within their service for the people that they support.

Sheringham House throw a surprise 40th Birthday party for Chris


Chris Brooke, who lives at Sheringham House, our residential service in Gravesend, recently celebrated his 40th Birthday.

OWL Town Farm Workshop and Newton House hold a coffee morning for MIND


The team and the people we support at our OWL (Outcomes with Learning) Town Farm Workshop (TFW) day service in Cranborne, held a coffee morning recently to raise money...

Talworth Street enjoy a friendly game of pool at their local pub


Our Talworth Street supported living care service in Cardiff recently enjoyed a trip to their local pub for an afternoon of playing pool.

Terry from Llwyngwian Fawr swims for Comic Relief


Terry Bond, who lives at our residential service, Llwyngwian Fawr in Gwynedd, recently raised money for Comic Relief by completing a swimming challenge.

Sue, from Portland Street, ‘shows off’ her impressive cooking skills


Sue, from our Portland Street residential service in Kings Lynn, has become quite the culinary whizz with her impressive cooking skills.

Barry, from Cloverdale House, finds a job in the local community


Barry, who lives at our Cloverdale House residential care service in Hove, recently celebrated landing a job at his local charity shop.

Our East regional office got involved with the Purple Day fun


Not to be outdone by our services, last month the East regional office held their regional meeting with a purple theme to celebrate Purple Day for Epilepsy Action.

Douglas House turns purple in aid of Epilepsy Action


Douglas House, our residential service in Plymouth held a tea party for Purple Day in aid of Epilepsy Action.

Uplands House and Cerrig Cornel turn purple for Epilepsy Action


Two of our Welsh services, Uplands House and Cerrig Cornel participated in Purple Day this year, to raise money for Epilepsy Action.

Glitter tattoos, purple cakes and fun with jelly beans at Cerrig Camu


On 22nd March, the OWL Project and Cerrig Camu held a purple themed tea party as part of a Regard-wide fund raising event in aid of Epilepsy Action.

Highdowns throw tea and cake afternoon for Purple Day


Last week Highdowns, our residential service in Camborne, held a tea and cake afternoon for Epilepsy Action. This of course included purple cakes and purple drinks.

Garthowen and Faerdre team up in aid of Epilepsy Action


Last week two of our residential services, Faerdre and Garthowen in Ceredigion, Wales teamed up together to throw a purple party as part of a Regard-wide fundraising event for...

Caeronnen hold talent show and cake sale for Epilepsy Action


Caeronnen, our supported living service in Wales, held a cake sale and talent show to raise money for Epilepsy action last week.

Purple Day success and positive feedback at Rosebank Lodge


Rosebank Lodge, our residential service in Mitcham, held a purple day event last week in aid of Epilepsy action, raising a total of £81.

Cloverdale House host a tea party for Autism Awareness week


Many people are aware of autism, which currently affects one in every one hundred people in Europe, however very few people understand the impact of living with autism; this...

Andrew and William, from Lambourne House, enjoy some unusual exercise


Two young men with complex needs who live at the same residential service in Selsey are still buzzing after they took a recent trip to the newly opened ‘Flip...

The Grove support Kim to fulfil her passion for animals


Kim, who currently lives at The Grove, our residential service in Sutton, is currently volunteering at Deen City Farm in Wimbledon.

Innovative medication system helps promote independence for Andrew at Coneyhurst


The staff team at our Coneyhurst Lodge residential service in Worthing recently implemented a new medication system to help support Andrew (who recently moved into the service and has...

No more sleepless nights for Edward from Fleetwood House


The parents of Edward, who lives at our Fleetwood House residential service in Littlehampton, were so delighted that staff had helped him improve his sleeping habits that they posted...

Millbrae House supports James on his travels to Southsea


A young man with epilepsy and learning difficulties from Reigate is being supported to live independently and access the community by planning a holiday to Southsea in Portsmouth.

Coneyhurst enjoy a spellbinding Circus Wonderland trip…


In such a hi-tech world we live in where we are constantly plugged into our smartphones and tablets, there still remains an old-fashioned nostalgia about a trip to the...

Understanding behaviours leads to success at Bridgewater House


The team at our Bridgewater House residential service in East Sussex have found that Adrian needs less support and has a better quality of life following their work to...

Personalised support leads to success at Harwich House


Everyone is delighted with Lucy’s* recent progress at Harwich House. Lucy moved to Harwich House in August 2016 from her family home - she faces many challenges on a...

Coneyhurst show off their pancake flipping skills


Celebrated by Britons in the lead up to Easter for centuries, Pancake Day also known as Shrove Tuesday or Pancake Tuesday is one of the nation’s most beloved...

‘Au revoir’ for close friends, Danielle and James from Coneyhurst, as they sail the seas


Danielle and James who live at our Coneyhurst Lodge residential home in Worthing have become great friends.

Truly life-changing support at Livingstone Road


Neill, who is shortly moving out of our Livingstone Road ABI service, told us about how the support of the team has enabled him to get his own flat...

Colin and Daniel, from Huntingdon, enjoy a trip of a lifetime to Florida


Colin and Daniel from our Huntingdon supported living service in Cambridgeshire were able to live one of their dreams and take a 10-day trip to Florida.

Bright lights and red carpet for Mickaela from Gordon Avenue


Mickaela from our Gordon Avenue supported living service near Camberley enjoyed star spotting at the recent National Television Awards.

Turning fluorescent for charity at OWL Cerrig Camu


Our staff and the people they support at our OWL (Outcomes With Learning) day service at Cerrig Camu in Gwynedd have been busy with their fundraising activities recently.

Brewing up coffee lands Clare, from Two Wells, an award of appreciation


Clare, who lives at Two Wells, our residential service in Cranborne, has been brewing up coffee for the locals of Wimborne for the last 6 years at her local Costa...

Positive outcomes as the Douglas House team help Mark cope with his loss


Positive outcomes as the Douglas House team help Mark cope with his loss

Grace and Sissy make a connection at Cloverdale House


We have recently welcomed Sissy to the team at Cloverdale House. Sissy came to work here as a support worker following Regard’s recruitment ‘drive’ in Greece.

Andy ‘sings the praises’ of his team at Kingsdown House


The team at Kingsdown House, our residential service in Kent, have been praised for their hard work, commitment and enthusiasm in helping turn the service around and for their ...

Our Crescent Road team help Ron celebrate his 80th Birthday in style


A supported living service in Crumpsall has helped one of the oldest people they support to enjoy his 80th birthday with friends, family, and nearby services.

OWL Cerrig Camu helps raise awareness for World Mental Health Day


The team at our Outcomes With Learning (OWL) Day service at Cerrig Camu held a coffee morning to shed light and help raise awareness and money for mental health.<...

Parrots, snakes and shooting stars – Ivers House residents go to Devon


Staff at Ivers House decided to organise a fun-filled weekend break in Devon for the people they support at the service.

OWL Town Farm Workshop celebrate an evening of achievements


This October a presentation evening was held for seven Learners from OWL Town Farm Workshop (TFW) who achieved Entry Level 3 QCF’s in Gaining Skills for Employment.

Ready, set, cycle: Cerrig Cornel cycle from Lands’ End to John O’Groats to raise money for MIND


To raise money for MIND, Regard’s chosen charity of the year Cerrig

Cornel decided to participate in a sponsored bike ride.

Gorge walking helps develop teamwork and team building skills at Cerrig Cornel


Staff and the people we support at Cerrig Cornel thoroughly enjoyed their gorge walking activity; which involved walking, jumping into and swimming around a series of waterfalls in the...

Wonderful progress for Jack at Eastbourne Road


The team at our Eastbourne Road residential service are thrilled with the progress of Jack, one of the young men whom they support.

Jack moved...

Frankie, from Sail Close, celebrates his birthday in Disneyland Paris


Harry Potter, Indiana Jones, and Aladdin were all part of Frankie’s recent adventure to Disneyland Paris. Staff supported Frankie on his trip which was the first time he...

Ben from Waverley Avenue achieves Gold


Ben, who is supported at our Waverley Avenue supported living service achieved gold this month after successfully completing his Gateway Gold Award course. As part of the course Ben...

Heather and Caroline go over the edge for Headway


Heather Jupp, the service manager at our Livingstone Road supported living service in Kent, planned a freefall abseil to raise money for Headway.

Mariah tells her story from a life-changing accident to working as a support worker at Sail Close


Four years after a receiving life-threatening injuries determined Mariah has a job at Regard.

Sunflower success for Michael at Starboard House


Michael, from Starboard House, planted his sunflower seed in May of this year.

David takes a trip down memory lane with the Beatles


David, who lives at our Lansdowne Road service in Manchester, was recently supported by the Regard team to take a special day trip to Liverpool.

Katie, from Cerrig Cornel, becomes the National Champion at the Disabled Association Championships


Katie, an individual we support at Cerrig Cornel, discovered her love for horses and horse riding when initially she was supported 1:1 by staff (who were keen horse riders themselves)...

David: A special man


David, who lived at Northfields House, passed away shortly after celebrating his birthday in style.

A picnic in the sunshine for Walnut Tree Lane


A few of the lads (Chris, Craig, and Lewis) we support at Walnut Tree Lane, wanted to make the most of the August sunshine and enjoy a day out...

OWL Town Farm Workshop, exhibit and sell their goods at the Larmer Tree Musical Festival


Each year the team at OWL (Outcomes with Learning) Town Farm Workshop are invited to the ‘Larmer Tree Musical Festival’ to exhibit and sell in their ‘artists’ quarter’, and...

Belinda, from Two Wells, enjoys the responsibility of having a job


Belinda, who lives at our Two Wells residential service, suffers with anxiety and has a learning disability. Due to her anxiety, she finds change difficult and it can take...

Shelley in her own words, ‘I love living at Arrowe Hall, it’s the best place ever’


Shelley, an individual we support at Arrowe Hall, wanted to share her positive journey and experience since moving to the service;

Working Together at Two Wells and Northfields


The teams at Two Wells and Northfields have always worked in partnership, providing opportunities for the people living at the two houses to get together.

Ben’s successful transition from school to Ivers House


Ben came to Regard from school in Wiltshire. This is the story of his move, written by his mother, Isobel.

The rain won’t stop us! Arrowe Hall host a fun-filled fundraiser day.


A fantastic day was had and enjoyed by all at Arrowe Hall to help raise money for MIND.

From Berkeley to Blue Cottage: Dreams do come true


Shaun recently moved into our new Blue Cottage supported living service. Shaun’s Mum, Pat was delighted this weekend when he said ‘Dreams do come true mum! I’m...

The Blue Cottage Open Day leaves a lasting impression


Blue Cottage open day was a fantastic success that was enjoyed by all who attended!

A fantastic afternoon was had by all at Talworth Street to help raise money for MIND


The afternoon started with tasty food and drinks, followed by a few games of bingo.

Butties, pancakes, and fancy dress help create a fantastic fundraising day at Cerrig Cornel


Cerrig Cornel held a fun-filled day that was enjoyed by all of the individuals supported at the service and staff members to help raise money for MIND, Mental Health...

The detail is in the coin - Talworth Street visit the Royal Mint


Paul and Jarrad (two individuals who we support at Talworth Street), enjoyed a recent trip to the Royal Mint, with the support from staff.

Cakes, tombola, BBQ, laughter and more in Wales!


The OWL project, Cerrig Camu, and Llwyngwian Farm recently held a fundraising day to raise money for the charity MIND.

Ducks on best behaviour at Highdown’s Summer Fete


Highdown’s Summer Fete was a massive success. They had visitors from other services

Soak the boss! Garthowen and Faerdre raise money for MIND with fun and games


Great excitement at Garthowen and Faedre when they held a fun day and raised £131 for MIND

Mud run success for Kingston


Staff members from the Kingston office took part in the ‘Back 2 the trenches’ mud race to help raise money for our chosen charity MIND. Gemma (Credit Controller) commented;

Reuben tell his inspirational story to recovery whilst living at Wren Park


On the 19th of February 2001 I was roller blading down the hill when the lights suddenly went out. I was taken to Kings College hospital around 9:50-10pm.

A fascinating experience for history-lover Thomas from Hedera House


Thomas, from Snodland, who ‘lives and breathes’ Britain’s historic palaces and castles was among the guests at our prestigious care industry reception at the House of Lords.

Ben, from Waverley Avenue, lords it up at Westminster


Ben who lives at our supported living service in Twickenham was among the guests at our prestigious care industry reception at the House of Lords.

Sarah’s delight in the spotlight


Sarah who lives at our supported living service in Llandysul was invited as a special guest to the House of Lords for our prestigious care industry reception.

Ivers house first aid training is a success with staff and service users


Ivers house teamed up with Stourcastle day centre and Lisa (Independent Trainer) to provide first aid training for the people we support.

Jamie, from Arden House, becomes a first aider


Jamie, who lives at Arden House (a supported living service in Brighton, East Sussex) achieved one of his goals by completing and passing a three-month first aid training course.<...

Impromtu party and water fights to celebrate sunshine at Wren Park


With the sun shining, the team at Wren Park decided that an impromptu party would be fun for everyone.

Sarah from Faerdre tells the story of her visit to the House of Lords


At first, I was sleeping in my bed in Faerdre and the staff came into my room to wake me up because it was London day.

Mel’s tapestry makes a beautiful prize at OWL Town Farm Workshop


When we recently received a phone call from Anita Hansen at Dorset Community Action wanting to commission a piece of work,

New arrivals at Cerrig Camu cause ‘eggcitement’


Cerrig Camu recently received a delivery of a new chicken coop.

Handmade talents are a hit for OWL Town Farm Workshop’s new pitch


With the support of Regard staff individuals at Town Farm Workshop (TFW) now have the opportunity to showcase their many talents by selling their handmade items at their new ...

History’s Smartest Dressed Man - Thomas from Hedera House


Thomas Coleman’s personal invite to the House of Lords has pride of place on his bedside table at Hedera House. For Thomas, who lives and breathes British history,...

Sarah, from Faerdre, enjoys the spotlight


To say Sarah Gilbert was looking forward to attending Regard’s House of Lords reception would be something of an understatement. Said acting service manager Hannah Lumby: “She was...

A proud moment for independent Ben from Waverley House


“It meant such a lot for him to be asked. He really enjoyed dressing up going into town and being part of such a wonderful occasion. He took it...

Natalie, from Cloverdale House, doesn’t ‘chicken out’


Natalie, who lives at Cloverdale House (a 24-hour residential service), took part in a 5k ‘Chicken Run’ to help raise money for Comic Relief.

This is Your Life


Karen, who is the service manager at our Llwyngwian Fawr, residential service in Gwynedd, has created a touching book to help celebrate Terry’s 50th birthday.

Regard raise over £5990 for the Alzheimer’s Society!


‘We managed to raise a grand total of £5991.25 for Alzheimer’s this year!

Maria lights up the streets of Manchester


Maria decided to liven up the front of Great Western Street.

Caroline completes two marathons in a week and helps raise money for Cancer Research


A big congratulations to Caroline, Locality Manager (Kent and East Sussex Region), who completed two marathons in a week.

Our Cerrig Cornel team compete in a tough orienteering activity course


The activity took place at CMC Adventure, an Outdoor Education Centre located just outside of Harlech. It was attended by seven team members consisting of five people we support...

70th Birthday celebrations a hit with Peter from Inglewood


Peter has lived at Inglewood House since 1996; he is a valued individual at the service and wanted to celebrate his seventieth birthday with his friends.

Terry, from Llwyngwian Fawr, is ‘keeping up with the times’


Terry from Llwyngwian Fawr lives over 200 miles away from his family; he frequently speaks and stays in contact

Jarred at Mackintosh helps keep people warm


Vicky, a Senior Support Worker at our Talworth Street supported living service in Cardiff, loves to help those in need and less fortunate. On a weekly basis Vicky helps...

Tempting cupcakes help raise funds for charity at Douglas House


Service users at Douglas House took part in a festive Friday to help raise funds for St Luke’s Hospice

Quiz fun helps exceed charity target


A really fun night was had by all that came to the Quiz night this November. We managed to raise a total of £424.50 on the night for Alzheimer’s...

Charlie eases into life at the ‘Manor’


Since last summer Charlie has spent time in transition to our Manor Barn supported living service.

Tracey, from Cerrig Camu, attends Bingo themed Halloween party


Service user Tracey, attended a special Halloween themed Bingo in the community.

Cakes, chocolates and Halloween fun at Wren Park help raise money for charity


Wren Park hosted a coffee morning and raffle to help raise funds for the Alzheimer’s charity.

Mickaela finds a job after graduating from Foxes Academy


Mickeala from Gordon Avenue graduated from Foxes academy in July 2015. Fox’s is a residential college which also operates as a hotel. It offers training in independent life skills...

Faerdre’s busy year with parties and activities


Faerdre have been very busy with various adventures and activities taking place throughout the year; firstly by completing a 5k Ty Hafan Rainbow Run which raised over £365 for charity.<...

Fun day – Hawaiian party at Uplands


Service users at Uplands enjoyed a fun filled Hawaiian party; the day was a great success with lots of fun and games, namely pinnate, pin the tail on the...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Lynfords and The Marshes


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Adrian Lodge


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Woodlands


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Uplands House


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Town Farm Workshop


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at South Road


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Park House


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Oak Lodge


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Middle Gordon Road


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at London Road


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Hillingdon House


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Hedera House


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Hazlewood House


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Cornerleigh


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Investors in People Gold tea party celebrations at Clareville Road


We were delighted to learn that we have been awarded the prestigious Gold Investors In People standard and decided to celebrate by holding a company-wide ‘Gold Tea Party’ in...

Mud, water and obstacles – Kingston raise money for charity


On Sunday the Kingston office took part in the ‘Back 2 the trenches’ mud race to help raise money for our chosen charity Alzheimer’s Society.

Waiting for the sun to come out, service users at The Grove visit Hastings


Service users at The Grove got to experience the lovely Hastings and take in everything it had to offer.

Simon’s one-man show’s a hit


A Brighton man, who has autism, whose parents were told he would never talk, read or write, is celebrating the launch of his second one-man art exhibition

Kevin, from Cornerleigh, volunteers his time to the local community


“Every Thursday I volunteer with a group called Friends of Hermitage Stream.

Llwyngwian welcome baby chick, Badrig


For the first time a little chick was born at Llwyngwian. He nearly didn’t make it as the mother abandoned the eggs after the first chick that hatched.<...

Nicholas explores beyond Maldon House for the first time in three years


Nicholas, a service user at Maldon House, was offered the chance to go to Ashford Kent for a lovely holiday break.

Maldon House celebrate their annual BBQ


Maldon House celebrated their annual BBQ with all the service users and their families.

Khan and Hamilton share their homemade apple pie at Waverley Avenue


Khan, a service user from Waverley Avenue, along with Hamilton (Senior Support Worker) made a delicious apple pie using the fruit from the service garden.

Stephen, from Beudygwyn farm, gets busy gardening


Service users Stephen has been very busy with the gardening this summer at Beudygwyn farm

Maureen from Uplands goes to Austria – celebrates 50 years of the Sound of Music


Maureen, a service user at Uplands House, recently fulfilled one of her dreams of travelling to Austria to help celebrate the 50th anniversary of the Sound of Music.

Weekly baking sessions at Maldon House


Each week service users at Maldon House are encouraged to take part in baking sessions,

Mark settles into his new room at Homeleigh


Mark was an urgent referral in April and at the time there were no ground floor bedrooms available, this was preferable due to his epilepsy and risk of seizures...

Cherrycroft get fit in Southend


Service users at Cherrycroft have been enjoying a new activity this year.

Summertime BBQ at Eastbourne road


Once a year Eastbourne road host a summer BBQ, were all service users and family members are invited to participate!

Susan, from Cottrell Road, becomes more independent


Susan, a service user at Cottrell Road, recently travelled to Brighton on the train with her little dog opal, to spend the weekend with her daughter and grandson.

Jenny from Mackintosh Place raises money & awareness for Cancer Research in the ‘Race For Life’ run


Jenny, a service user from Mackintosh Place took part in the Cancer Research “Race For Life” 5 Kilometres.

Music laser ‘beamz’ a hit with service users at Ivers House


Gina (the service Manager at Ivers House) recently purchased a ‘Beamz’ machine for all the service users.

Cerrig Cornel appoints new Activities Co-ordinator to help develop Key Skills


Recently Rachel was appointed the Activities Co-ordinator at Cerrig Cornel; the purpose of the role is to engage service users in different activities which helps them to develop their...

Sandra, from Garthowen, enjoys a mini holiday break in Llandudno


In mid-July, Sandra from Garthowen, set off with two members of staff to spend a week at The Safe Hands Esplanade, Llandudno a newly opened purpose built hotel.

Competition time – Cardiff services take on the apple challenge


Railway Street in Cardiff have an apple tree at the bottom of their garden which has given an abundance of fruit this year.

Railway tenants enjoy a fun packed and competitive bowling trip


Service users at Railway Street, our supported living service in Cardiff, invited people from out other Cardiff services to a bowling day out and also to have some lunch.<...

A party on the beach – in Cardiff!


The service users and staff are preparing a summer beach party

Andrew, from Combe House, contributes to local community through art


Andrew has been a service user at Combe House for a number of years now and has also been to attend Artventure for several years.

Rhiba, from Strathnairn, enters competition to showcase her many artistic talents


Rhiba has entered 3 pieces of her artwork into a local open exhibition that is being run by The Gate Gallery, The Gate arts and community centre 2015.

Tina at Strathnairn has a way with words


As the car turned in the street

Faster and Faster my heart began to beat

James and Sam, from Douglas House, gain warden qualifications


This year James and Sam were both involved in training to gain warden qualifications through the Highbury Trust.

Maybank staff are delighted to receive a letter of appreciation


Maybank staff were delighted to receive the following letter from Val, whose sister Susan lives at Maybank:

Learning to cook at Walnut Tree Lane


​Read about Lewis and Craig learning to cook.

Gail and Rhiba, from Strathnairn, help interview Maureen for new job role!


Two ladies currently living in Strathnairn; Gail and Rhiba, interviewed an existing member of staff; Maureen, who was acting up as the senior of the service for the senior...

Taurean becomes a star!


Taurean, a tenant at Arden house in Brighton, impressed an audience of over 200 people at the Blue Camel Club event in March at the Corn Exchange.

Thomas, from Bay Lodge, enjoys a fun packed cabin adventure


Thomas a service user from Bay Lodge enjoyed a fun and adventurous 4 night stay in Sherwood Pines near Edwinstowe

Anna, from Cerrig Cornel, swims the length of the English Channel


Anna, from Cerrig Cornel, has been making waves – by swimming the length of the English Channel for charity.

Dawn, from Huntingdon 22, enjoys the world of work


Dawn, who moved into accommodation provided by Regard to help people gain independent skills, is celebrating the fact that she now has two jobs.

Easter treats at Talworth Street


The ladies at Talworth Street recently held a coffee afternoon for the Easter break. Service users from Railway Street and Mackintosh Place attended.

Livingstone Road raise money and awareness of the needs of people with brain injuries


Five staff and a service user from Livingstone Road are walking to raise money and awareness of the needs of people with brain injuries.

Laughter, prizes and cakes at our Kingston office


In April Regard held a fundraising event at our Kingston office to raise much needed funds for The Shooting Stars Children’s Hospice.

An Egg-cellent Adventure at Bay Lodge


Staff at Bay Lodge hatched a plan to hold an Easter egg hunt for young people living at the transitional service.

Julie from Cerrig Camu volunteers for the Red Cross


Julie, one of our service users at Cerrig Camu, enjoys working for the Red Cross. Her hard work and long service have earned her a certificate and a badge...

Emma moves from Arundel House to her dream flat.


Emma says: “In April 2015 I will achieve my dream of moving into my own flat.”

Patrick settles in quickly at Manor Barn


Manor Barn is a new supported living service. It is a beautiful home set in lovely grounds and is just one mile from Neston, Cheshire.

Maureen leads a busy life at Uplands


​Maureen, a service user at Uplands has a packed schedule with college courses, holidays and day trips.

Daniel from Mill House uses his new work skills in three jobs!


Daniel works at Asda, Marks and Spencer and A Piece of Mind

Craig from Walnut Tree Lane


Read Craig’s description of he gym visits

Stephen from Oaklands becomes more indepedent


​Stephen enjoys learning,swimming, bowling and shopping.

From suit to trainers at Adrian Lodge


​Nick from Adrian Lodge starts and job and gets fit.

Shopping, sales and sprouts at OWL Town Farm Workshop


Town Farm held its 3rd annual Christmas Shopping Evening in November and enjoyed an early Christmas lunch in Wimborne.

Arrowe Hall provides the perfect setting for Halloween fun


Simon organised our Halloween party with some help from Phil, his support worker.

‘Speak out’ meetings are a success at Arrowe Hall and Homeleigh


​All service users at Arrowe Hall and Homeleigh are encouraged to have their say at regular ‘speak out’ meetings.

Stephen from Llwyngwian Fawr drives a train!


​Stephen stays on track. Click here to read more.

Spook-tacular Halloween fun at OWL Cerrig Camu


We celebrated Halloween with fancy dress and dinner at OWL Cerrig Camu. Service users from our Cerrig Cornel, Cerrig Camu and Llwyngwian Fawr residential services came to enjoy Halloween...

Carew Road service users enjoy a holiday in the Isle of Wight


Five service users from Carew Road, accompanied by their key workers, enjoyed a holiday in the Isle of Wight.

The Grove’s Dennis gives his new shed the thumbs up.


Dennis loves gardening and needed somewhere to keep all his tools.

Caring in Cardiff: success at Strathnairn and Cottrell Road


Our team in South Wales are celebrating two successes which show how people with learning difficulties and mental health needs can transform their lives through greater independence.

Luciano chooses the decor at Crystal House.


In September, Luciano visited Crystal House to see the building work on his new home and chose colours for the décor – blue. “I can’t wait to move...

Andrea puts a smile on everyone’s face at Kneller Road


​Andrea’s approach to dignity, delegation, teamwork as well as increasing training and improving the Kneller Road environment have all helped to put a smile on everyone’s face.<...

Gowri’s boundless energy and enthusiasm helps Eddie at Kneller Road


Says Andrea Cully: “Gowri is a ‘born leader’ and someone I can completely rely on. She is a good mentor to other members of staff; people go to her...

Moving from residential to supported living has been a real success for Ben


Ben’s was fully supported by Regard staff and his parents to move Eastbourne Road to Waverley Avenue and has made great progress since.

Congratulations to Jay at Railway Street!


​Jay’s hard work pays off as he achieves a City and Guilds Basic Skills Certificated Award

Anita uses her skills to become more independent at Seymour House.


Anita moved into Seymour House from a large care home which was closing down in April 2014. She was used to quite a different way of life, but over the...

Latest success stories from Strathnairn


​Service users gain greater independence, new skills and learn to budget at Strathnairn

“Life is made up of moments” - Val’s newsletter celebrates special moments at Hillview and Oak Lodge


Support Worker, Val Larkin enjoys putting together a popular newsletter in her spare time.

Becoming Independent at The Grove


​Caroline, a service user at the Grove has written about her success in becoming more independent.

Two Wells team go the extra mile to help a service user deal with her loss


“It’s all about the quality of life” says Karen. “We are all there for her and always will be. We all support each other to make sure Davina...

Brothers reunited after 60 years at Kneller Road


At our Kneller Road service in Twickenham, Middlesex, two brothers have been reunited after being separated for 60 years.

Person Centred Approach works at Lynfords


​Ashley finds a better way to communicate with John, a service user at Lynfords

“News natter” is a hit at Llwyngwain Fawr


​Leonard George James’ “News Natter” becomes a regular feature at Llwyngwain Fawr

Marshes staff and service users enjoy their holiday


​Trampolining, zoo trips and shopping - a very British holiday was enjoyed by all

Alfie from Victoria House conquers his fears in the pool


​Alfie’s swimming has helped to make him more mobile

Micheal from Faerdre gains more independence moving into his own home


​Michael continues to be supported by Regard but now it is in his own home.

Cream teas, festivals, making friends at OWL Town Farm Workshop


​Service users and staff at TFW are making the most of the sunshine. Read more here…..

Justin from Oaklands tells his story


​From agoraphobia to baking cakes and disco dancing!

Anthony’s confidence grows at Withersfield Lodge


​Support from staff and new friends help Anthony’s confidence

Paddle sports and line dancing at Llwyngwain Fawr


​Service users at Llwyngwain Fawr have been enjoying the summer - read more….

Darren settles down at Maybank


​Darren’s Mum and all the staff at Maybank are delighted with the progress that his has made

Gardening Stars at Starboard


​Service Users enjoy gardening at Starboard

Mani from Arden House DJ’s at the Blue Camel Club


​Mani provides great music with his DJ set

Fred from Kneller Road enjoys riding a tractor on his holiday.


Fred from Kneller Road recently went on a lovely holiday to Hawehurst in Kent, he visited animal parks and enjoyed rides on a steam train and a tractor.

Tsin Tsin proves a popular arrival at Adrian Lodge


Tsin Tsin finds a new home and lots of friends.

Art and chat helps to welcome a new Service User at Talworth Steet


The ladies at Talworth Street have been spending their sunny afternoons getting creative with canvas!

Bay Lodge staff receive high praise from Lincolnshire NHS


​Sam Durrance, Clinical Pyschologist wrote to us about her experience of working with Bay Lodge staff for the last 2 years.

Martin from Woodlands moves to his own flat


​With support from staff at Woodlands, Martin has been able to move into his own flat.

Emeric from Middle Gordon Road shows off his ballet skills!


​Emeric performs in “A Moving Experience”

Tanya from Clare Road tells her story


Tanya has moved into her own flat - read her story

Great progress for our service users at Douglas House


​Read more about the progress made by George, James and Mark

Roly from London Road goes to the races.


​Roly enjoyed his special celebration at Kempton Park racecourse.

Edward and Frederick from Kneller Road get back in the saddle!


Edward and Frederick from Kneller Road get back in the saddle!

Rebecca finds her own flat!


From emergency referral to her own flat! - read Rebecca’s story here.

Karen from Berkeley House celebrates in style!


​Read how Karen celebrated her birthday in style!

Natalie from Arrowe Hall enjoys her first voluntary job!


​Working proves a rewarding experience for Natalie

A Party for Frank - Kneller Road


Our Kneller Road Service recently had a party to celebrate the 25 years of support given by Edward McLaren White’s advocate, Frank Elliot.

Weaving up a treat for Christmas at Town Farm Workshop


“It’s a really special time of the year for us here – a chance for the team to show off the wonderful work they do throughout the year and...

Fred from Faerdre signs in to help


​Fred helps to make signage more communication-friendly

Getting ready for Christmas at OWL Town Farm Workshop


Getting ready for Christmas at OWL Town Farm Workshop

Fulfilling lives through football


Football is proving to be the key to a fulfilling life for a group of South London men with learning difficulties and other complex needs.

Cecil Court - Joanne Davis


A SIGN OF THINGS TO COME FOR JOANNE

A resident of a supported living scheme in Cranborne, Dorset is helping pass on her knowledge of an approach...

Independent Healthcare Awards 2013


Regard has achieved a year of consistent recognition in a series of high profile health and care sector awards.

Dignity Action Day at Church Road


Church Road and The Penant decided to participate in the National Dignity Action Day, the service has signed up and become a Dignity Champion.

Blooming good start for new sensory garden at Lynfords and The Marshes


​New sensory garden opens at Lynfords and The Marshes

Sheep at Highdowns


​Read about Highdowns new flock of sheep!