Ty Eirlys tenants move in !

The tenants of our flagship independent living scheme, located a stones throw away from Newport City Centre moved into their stunning new home this April. The phased move in of.

Ty Eirlys tenants get to know each other

Well it’s a week to go until the move in date, and the residents of Pobl’s new flagship development for adults with learning disabilities in Stow Hill, Newport, are chomping.

Council leader hails new life-changing service as exemplar

Debbie Wilcox, Leader of Newport City Council and a team of social services and housing professionals had a sneaky peak at our flagship ‘health, housing and support’ development for adults.

The residents journey to Ty Eirlys

Ty Eirlys is our bespoke supported accommodation for 13 adults with learning disabilities, currently under development on Stow Hill, Newport.  Funded by the Government’s Supported Housing Grant, and in partnership.

Gloucester Spread the Christmas Spirit

People we support in Gloucester who are on the reach Gloucester Forum started working on their Christmas Carol service several months ago. They wanted to do something not just for.

Anti-bullying Week

We’ve worked with the children and young people who use our Outreach service for 2 years now, and thought anti-bullying week would be a great opportunity to not only bring.

Gloucester Forum – “keeping ourselves safe”

The Gloucester group of people receiving support from reach, formed in August 2016 and is made up of eight people who receive support in the Gloucester area. When the group first got.

Reach announce a new ‘Health, Housing and Care Service’ in Newport

Renovation works are well underway to convert a former care-home into a vibrant, modern housing complex that will offer a new all-encompassing ‘health, housing and care’ service for adults with.

Our New Service User Engagement Officer

Meet Sarah Evans, Reach’s new Service User Engagement Officer. Sarah joined Reach 8 years ago as a team manager. She has worked in a number of roles whilst working for.

Reach Has Talent

What a night! The red carpet was rolled out for our star acts Monday evening, who were out in force to showcase in the first of its kind – Reach.

reach staff share their musical talent with the residents

Three musically-minded reach employees have come together to pilot a music workshop for reach clients, with the first one kicking off in Exchange House this week. Graham Noone, Rohan Bishop.

A ray of sunshine over the ‘Morn Mist’

Meet Karen, Mark and Richard, three people supported by reach in England. Yes, you read it right, reach now provide care and support services across the border! Reach provide care.

Newid housing support service celebrates its 1 year milestone

On 5th February the Newid Housing Support service will have been officially operational for one year. A gathering was held on 13th January in ‘The Square’ in Seren’s new offices,.

Reach retain Llys Ton extra care service, Bridgend

We recently re-tendered for this lively and bustling Extra Care service and are delighted to have been told that we’ve been successful in retaining this contract. Llys Ton opened it’s.

Community Hero Simon an inspiration

Congratulations to Simon Davies, supported by reach, on receiving a Community Hero award for his outstanding volunteering efforts at Pill Millennium Centre, Newport. Simon was recently presented with a Community.

Reach’s Newid Housing Support Team Poetry Corner

Reach’s dedicated housing support team ‘Newid’ provide support for people identified as potentially having long term lower level needs. A group of people supported by Newid have come together to.

2nd Anniversary of our Renoir Scheme

Today we held a bake off to celebrate two years of Renoir road service. The service is a autism specific scheme that is supported people funded. We work to the.

The Expo 2015

Last Thursday we attended Wales’ Premier Social Health Care event, The EXPO. Held at the Cardiff City House of Sport, We were one of 70 exhibitors and were able to.

The voice of the people supported by reach

The Action Group is the voice of the people supported by reach. They meet every six weeks in Newport to talk about the support they receive and other important things.

Supporting Roger to gain his independence

Roger is one of the most recent people to be supported by our Care at Home Team at reach. He is 54 years of age and has Autistic Spectrum Condition..

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