• Creating genuine choices matched to individual needs

Adelphi Care Services is now part of The Regard Group.

Sandie Foxall-Smith, Chief Executive Officer of Regard, said: “We believe that Adelphi shares our values of putting the people we support at the centre of everything we do. We fully understand how important continuity of care is for them and their families, and are looking forward to welcoming them into The Regard Group.”

The Adelphi services will benefit from access to a wide portfolio of specialist in-house services, such as Regard’s dedicated Benefits Team and Positive Behaviour Service, all designed to ensure the best possible quality of life for the people they support.

For more information on The Regard Group please visit www.regard.co.uk


Public Autism Awareness training continues to get excellent feedback

Adelphi Care Services have offered Autism Awareness training to the public since 2013 and can provide this free to your team, please contact Head office for further details asking for Darren Foster

The continued interest in the training has enabled us to deliver vital and practical information to those working in front line services or those who are studying to work in health or social care. The session is delivered in a vibrant and interesting way, whilst ensuring that the message for increased awareness and reasonable adjustments for those who are on the spectrum are demonstrated.

"Jobcentre Plus in Shropshire and Staffordshire work in partnership with Adelphi Care Services Limited, to deliver free ‘Autism Awareness’ training to their Work Coaches.

Comments from Work Coaches indicate that the training has helped them to identify customers with Autism, and made them aware of their needs, and the environmental influences on their behaviours. They all now have a better understanding of how their behaviours impact on their customers with ASD. All participating Work Coaches agreed that the session has given them a better understanding of ASD and has helped to them to improve their communication". Bill Evans  - Mental Health and Well-being Partnership Manager. Department for Work and Pensions(retired)

For further information please contact our head office.