An exciting opportunity has arisen to join our highly regarded Mental Health Rehabilitation service. You will be responsible for clinical decision making and ensuring high service quality as part of the Management and Multi-disciplinary team. Continue reading
Our Head Chef, Sam Dupuis organised a cake and coffee afternoon in aid of Macmillan cancer support. Both service users and staff got into the spirit of the fundraiser, even practising weeks in advance! The afternoon was a great success and we’re delighted to present Macmillan with over £150. There’s no doubt there will be future bake offs after the success of this recent afternoon
Support worker, mental health, Preston. We are recruiting highly motivated Support Workers who are passionate about making a genuine difference to the lives of people with complex mental health needs. We offer competitive rates, full time hours, induction and training, career pathways, pension and company benefits. Continue reading
Well done to Janet, one of our nurses on Brookhaven who in her spare time volunteers with the Church Lads and Church Girls Brigade.
Janet, seen here with members of her company, joined the Remembrance Sunday Parade in London.
Brookhaven has received a ‘Good’ rating in all areas, following a recent unnanounced CQC Inspection. This means that all Active Pathways’ services have achieved a ‘Good’ Rating under the new Inspection system.
Thank you to all staff involved and we look forward to progressing our Pathway to achieving ‘Outstanding’!
Staff at Burrowbeck Community Care in Lancaster held Cup Cake Day to raise funds for the Alzheimer’s society. There were some lovely bakes including Chocolate Fudge Cake, Lemon Drizzle, Victoria Sponge and Honey Cake. Great work and thank you to everyone involved.
During a recent unannounced CQC Inspection Burrowbeck Community Care received a ‘Good’ CQC rating in all areas.
On the 10th March 2016 both service users and staff on the Brookhaven unit celebrated the end of the first module of the Modular Rehabilitation Transitional Programme (MTRP) with tea and cake and certificates of achievement were handed out. It was a fantastic afternoon and a great way to celebrate the dedication and hard work of all the service users on the programme.
Our Head of Operations, Andrew Frankel-Caine, took the stage recently in a question and answer style presentation at the Design in Mental Health Conference in Solihull, along with highly experienced architect Alex Caruso.
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