Latest news

Here you can find all the latest stories from the Lifeways Group. Check back regularly to read all about the achievements of the people we support and our staff teams. Learn more about our events and activities across the UK. At the bottom of this page you can find the latest issues of our quarterly Lifelines newsletter.

Life Through a Lens for World Autism Awareness Week

For World Autism Awareness Week, we invited everyone we support to get involved in our Life Through a Lens campaign - with some great artwork!
3rd April 2020

Staying positive in difficult times

See some of the things the people we support have been doing to stay positive and happy!
2nd April 2020

David's Story: An Insight Into Autism

David is supported by Lifeways. We asked him to share his insight into living with autism in a special interview for World Autism Awareness Week 2020.
31st March 2020

World Autism Awareness Week 2020

Within Lifeways we support many individuals with this diagnosis who are all unique in how this impacts upon their lives.
30th March 2020

Coronavirus (COVID-19) Guidance for families

We are closely monitoring the latest advice and guidance relating to the global spread of COVID-19, also known as Coronavirus. We have robust procedures in place and the health and wellbeing of the people we support and our staff remains our highest priority.
27th March 2020

Covid-19 (Coronavirus)

The Lifeways Group are wholly committed to ensuring that we keep all the people we support, our colleagues and visitors as safe as possible. Our services and offices remain open.
18th March 2020

Introducing The Big Clean

Spring is right around the corner and our thoughts have turned to cleaning!
12th February 2020

National Apprentice Week 2020 - what's it like to be a Lifeways apprentice?

National Apprentice Week 2020 is taking place from 3rd - 9th February. We're spreading the word about what it's like to be an apprentice in social care, so we asked some of our learners to share their stories.
4th February 2020

Transition: Moving from Children's to Adult Services

When you have a child with complex health needs, moving from children's to adult's services can feel like a bit of a minefield. We can help!
8th January 2020