Monthly Archives: November 2014

5 signs to look for if you suspect autism in your child

November 26th, 2014 (No Comments)

There are no physiological tests at this time to determine whether a child has autism, the diagnosis of autism is given when a child displays a number of characteristic behaviours. In the first few years of life, some autistic toddlers reach developmental milestones, such as talking, crawling, and walking, much earlier than the average child; […]

We made an excited emergency visit!

November 26th, 2014 (No Comments)

Phil, Chris, Mark, Mark visited their local fire station to learn more about  the emergency service’s day to day work. We were treated to a guided tour of the building and specialist equipment used when an emergency occurs. We all really enjoyed the day and the opportunity to turn the blue light and siren on!  

Birthday celebrations

November 10th, 2014 (No Comments)

We had cause for celebration when Dawn, one of our lovely residents, reached the fabulous age of 50. A disco was the order of the day with a real party feel as food, drink, and the appropriate party decorations; not to mention the birthday cake, were prepared by staff. To make Dawn’s day extra special […]

Garden SOS a Success

November 6th, 2014 (No Comments)

Our very own horticulture enthusiasts, Guy and Mark,  are rolling up their sleeves and putting their horticultural talents to the test helping people maintain their gardens. Already they have completed a neglected garden project in Goole that required shaping up to ensure it was low maintenance and accessible for the elderly resident. From clearing foliage, removing stubborn […]