Andrei and Tiberius from Azalea House in Bedford are sharing their stories to support Ukrainian refugees seeking employment once they arrive in the UK.
April is often regarded as autism acceptance month, however it’s not as simple as many people may think.
Paige from Lewis Martin Court in Cardiff was a princess for a day when she attended her mother’s wedding in ballgown and tiara.
The people we support at Mill Lane in Cambridge were treated to an unforgettable experience with Twinkle the Mermaid.
Our Rosewarne family are taking on the plank challenge to fundraise for Macmillan cancer support, in memory of their late friend, Leonie ‘Faith’ Griffin.
Beloved children’s author and comedian David Walliams praises a pupil from Ingfield Manor’s World Book Day costume, causing a photo of the young fan to go viral.
Ellis, aged 10, who has cerebral palsy, turns up every World Book Day in an amazing costume, and this year dressed as Jack from Walliams’ 2015 book Grandpa’s Great Escape, converting his wheelchair into a spitfire.
Salutem Care and Education are finalists at the HealthInvestor Awards 2022 as Specialist Care Provider of the Year
Salutem Care and Education are delighted to have been named as a finalist in the Specialist Care Provider of the Year category at the HealthInvestor Awards 2022. The award for this category recognises excellence in care provided for adults with learning disabilities, physical disabilities or mental health issues.
Salutem Senior Support Worker supported to conquer her own fears and anxieties at care home in Paignton
Maria Halshaw, Senior Support Worker at Warwick House, joined the Salutem family over four years ago as a Support Worker, and has progressed in her care career through hands-on experiences and support from her team and the company.
Since 2011, Danielle has supported people of all ages with different needs, having worked in Nursing and Dementia homes and her local hospital – however, her current role supporting adults at Stanway Villa is her favourite!
Mick Sowerby, senior support worker at Fairholme in South Shields, went from working for a fast-food chain and sleeping rough, to receiving a Salutem Star from our CEO.