Success Stories

Case study Podrick Logan – Brightlands

December 6th, 2012

Podrick is a 44 year old male diagnosed with severe learning difficulties/disabilities as well as epilepsy. He is also in the Autistic spectrum and displays challenging behaviours. Podrick is deemed non-verbal however he uses some vocabulary which is representative to his moods, Podrick uses some signs for basics such as ’tea’, ’toilet’,  ’please and thank
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Fairkytes – Case Study

December 6th, 2012

 Within one of our services that is specifically for individuals with Autism we had a referral for a gentleman called Kieran who had been experiencing difficulties in his previous placement and needed a more ‘autism friendly’ environment where his needs could be met by a staff team who have a clear understanding of the Autistic
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A humble cup of tea is a giant leap

November 8th, 2012

Philip Arden writes: At a recent visit to 6 Harold Road, I was invited to service user Roger’s birthday party. With his family and friends, Roger showed us how he can now make his own cup of tea. Using gestural prompts from the care team, Roger was able to fill the kettle, boil the water,
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