Jess has done brilliantly. Having left residential college and moved into her own home with Heroic support staff. As part of her transition, Heroic Care staff supported her in her final months at college alongside the teaching staff. Jess is now very settled in her new home and enjoying life with lots of new experiences including going on holidays, camping and day trips.
Due to a set of circumstances, Sean was unable to continue to live in his residential home. Following assessments in a secure unit for numerous months, he was finally ready to move on to Supported Living. Since living in his own home with support staff caring for him 24/7, his health has improved greatly, he is less anxious, more relaxed and expressing his needs.
Following best interest meetings with her family, professionals and support staff, Hellen moved to her own home supported by staff 24/7. Hellen continues to flourish and has developed her independence, choosing all of her own furniture, carpets and decor to make it her special place to live in. Hellen has dealt with all of her health investigations around cancer amazingly. We are happy to say that she is cancer free.
Ashley chose not to speak for a very long time. He moved into his own supported living home and with lots of encouragement by his support staff. He is now, a real happy chatterbox!
Ken has recently moved to his own flat from supported living. He has become extremely independent and only now requires minimal support from his workers.
Will has successfully conquered tongue cancer enduring a very intricate operation, followed by an intense course of radiotherapy. He is fit and well now.