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Whether it’s an individual success story, a local event, or a national campaign, as the UK’s largest supported living specialist, there’s always something new happening in the world of Lifeways. This is where you can keep up-to-date with all our latest announcements - big or small.

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Service
16 September 2021

Lifeways residential service in Southport holds co-production day!

Abingdon, a Lifeways residential service in Southport recently brought together individuals we support, families and the support team for fun, food, and competitions – and a co-produced plan for even better support.

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24 August 2021

‘The move will help future-proof my life’: arts student Robert prepares for transition to supported living

Robert, who’s in his thirties, is preparing to transition from a home setting – his dad’s house - to a Lifeways supported living service.

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Company news
09 August 2021

Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance

Updated 9 August 2021

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Service Manager Rich Kenney
Company news
05 August 2021

‘I focus heavily on having the right people in the right positions,’ says Rich Kenney, a Lifeways residential service manager in Castleford, West Yorkshire

Rich Kenney’s had a successful career with Lifeways.

In 2006, he started a role as a support worker, and was soon promoted, becoming a registered manager in a new residential service in 2018 – the highest-level position at a service.

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James at Heron Court
Service
04 August 2021

‘I can’t believe the difference:’ James moves into Heron Court, our Edinburgh supported living service

James, aged 19, was one of the first people to move into Heron Court, our brand-new supported living service in Leith, Edinburgh

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Service
03 August 2021

‘It’s just perfect in every way’: How a mum found a place for her son, Joel, in our Tipton supported living service

What do you do when your grown-up child lives with multiple support needs, but you can’t secure a formal diagnosis or find the right support?

This was the struggle for Denise, and her son Joel, who’s now 23 years old.

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