Shortlisted for National Care Awards New Horizons (NW) are absolutely delighted to have been shortlisted as finalists in the National Children and Young People Awards 2020!
Amazing Response to Donations Request Following our initial plea, and the amazing response, for donations to Freshfields Animal Rescue, the community, neighbours and local shops have all continued to support our cause and have kept collecting donations for us at Brook House.
The young people at Beach House are aware of how hard NHS Nurses are working at this time and the impact the current Covid-19 coronavirus situation has had, not only on nurses, but all key workers alike.
At the last staff meeting it was universally agreed that Aimee was the star of the month. Well done Aimee, keep up the great work from all at New Horizons (NW).
Kirstie Mitchell, who joined New Horizons (NW) five years ago, after previously caring for the elderly, has joined Beach House as a Team Leader.
Kayleigh is a prime example of what can be achieved when you are motivated by a goal and working towards it with drive and determination.
It's always nice to be able to share good news stories and here we have not one, but two.
Painting has proved a therapeutic pastime for one of the young people in our care, and since they moved into Beach House in May 2019 their abilities to engage positively with others have improved tenfold.
This may seem trivial to some, however, those who understand Autism will completely resonate with this story.
Brook House had a great end to 2019 by receiving a GOOD rating from our Ofsted inspection.