In the April 2018 edition of our newsletter there’s news and photos from across the service including:
Aspire’s very own Jack Homer is announced as Care Newcomer of the Year at the Great British Care Awards 2018
Welfare benefits information session for family carers with Chapeltown CAB, carer awareness training for staff and our annual Family Carer Satisfaction survey is underway
Your news featuring fun at the Valentine’s Day Fair, Philip swimming with sharks, the Gardening Works group keeping the Meanwood Valley Trail passable, activities over the winter months at the west community bases, Philip’s broken leg and Wyatt and David who had an exciting tour of Leeds train station and looked around a Virgin train cab
Well done to Sally who has raised money for McMillan Cancer, our Hillside Community Base who have raised money for Oggles Hedgehog Rescue Centre and Kate Henshall who is running from Leeds to Paris to raise money for Aspire and Yorkshire Cancer Care
A huge thank you to staff who went to extraordinary efforts during the snow days to ensure that people had the support they needed every day during the recent bad weather
A report and photographs from our Cultural diversity day
Outline programme of events planned for Leeds Learning Disability Week 2018
We have published our Gender Pay Gap report
Dates for your diary including Aspire Does X Factor auditions, closing dates for nominations to the Tenfold Awards and the Aspire Customer Awards and the Sky Faller’s upcoming gigs.
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