Sequence Care Group Newsletter!

Introducing the Sequence Care Group Newsletter a celebration of our services and the different activities and opportunities we provide service users. We always want to be transparent and open to you about who we are and what we strive to achieve. PLEASE CLICK HERE: Newsletter 2021 High Q

A Spark of Kindness – By Wendy

A Spark of Kindness My story begins in 2008 when I was built in Nursery Lane. I am a house and was built on the site of a home for blind babies in Worthing. I am “special” built for eleven special people who think of me as their home. I am special because of the special things inside me. Things …

We Can’t Go Out

The poem ‘We Can’t’ has been written by two members of staff at Bramshaw, they spent the evening chatting to service users asking them what the current situation meant to them and how they felt about it, took their quotes and put it into a poem. We can’t go out. I want to see my friends again. No music. I …

Sunflowers

This is an article written by Linzi Holt, Positive Support Lead at Liaise Loddon Ltd for her co-workers during the COVID-19 pandemic. Homes have been growing sunflowers and sharing the experience as a team activity during lockdown. “I looked into the garden this morning and was met by this sight – I thought my poor sunflowers were in urgent need …

Visit from The Mayor of Basingstoke

A few weeks ago, one of our homes, Glebelands, in Wallis Road, Basingstoke received an email from the Mayor of Basingstoke’s office, asking the manager if he would like to book a Zoom meeting with the Mayor so that she could find out more about the work we do. Damian Hinds-Small (Glebelands registered manager) replied and explained a bit about …

Coronavirus and loneliness

Kate Brackley works at Bild and has been writing a series of blog posts for us to share her experiences during the COVID-19 pandemic. This week she is looking at the issue of loneliness. Click here for more from Bild.

New survey launched for BAME care workers

Skills for Care is launching a survey, and a series of webinar and peer coaching, to find out more about the experiences of social care workers from a BAME background during the pandemic. Our Programme Manager for Leadership and Management Symone Stuart wants as many workers as possible to complete the survey. We know that people from BAME backgrounds account …

Building and sustaining Good Outcomes in residential and supported living services

Sequence Care Group is proud of its achievements. Everyday our staff dedicate themselves to enabling the people we support to thrive and have enriched fulfilling lives. Their reward for this dedicated support is seeing the fruits of their labours born out in the smiles, achievements and development of the people they support each day. CQC have inspected our services and …