Dan and Becky Deliver Learning Disability Awareness Training

On Wednesday 19th February Dan and Becky from our Voice for All team, delivered Learning Disability awareness training, as part of the Lancashire friends and relationships group, to Lancashire’s sexual health teams. The training involved ideas on how to make sexual health services more accessible for adults with learning disabilities. Dan and Becky thoroughly enjoyed… Read more »

Supported Loving Regional Meeting

Representatives from our advocacy groups in Merseyside and Lancashire recently attended the first Regional Supported Loving event in the North West on 5th February at the Liner Hotel in Liverpool, on behalf of Brothers of Charity Services. The event enabled people from across the region to come together to share ideas in how they feel… Read more »

Greater Manchester’s February Film Night

What a great night our Greater Manchester Services had at their film night on 18th February watching Yesterday! The night was well attended with lots of old and new faces coming along to enjoy the film, whilst tucking into some delicious pizza the group ordered in. Everyone who joined said they had a really great… Read more »

Our Voice Our Choice Take Part in a Focus Group with Meet ‘N’ Match

Our advocacy group in Merseyside, ‘Our Voice Our Choice’, had a meeting on 21st February were they had a visit from Jackie from Meet N Match. Jackie held a focus group to discuss what barriers people may face when forming and maintaining relationships. The group were asked for suggestions on what support would benefit them… Read more »

Social Enterprise Blog 21/02/20

The Brothers of Charity Services have various Social Enterprise for adults with learning disabilities; the services are designed to support people to develop skills with confidence in a supportive working environment whilst offering services in the local community. The social enterprises carryout lots of great, fun activities for the people we support and local communities… Read more »

National Apprenticeship Week 2020

This year’s National Apprenticeship Week ran from 3rd to 7th February 2020. The theme was ‘Look Beyond’, celebrating the diversity and value that apprenticeships bring to employers, apprentices and communities across England today. To celebrate this annual initiative and to highlight the positive impact that our apprentices have within Brothers of Charity Services, we have… Read more »