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Our teams work hard to make a difference in every person's quality of life. Read on to see how our teams are currently working to make a difference to support people to have the most choice and independence possible.

Wast Hills is Outstanding... Again!

DSC 0982 2 WebsizeWe are so proud to announce that Wast Hills, our Specialist Autism Hospital near Birmingham, has received its second ‘Outstanding’ rating.

Inspectors from the CQC reported that Wast Hills provides ‘Outstanding’ care and support for people with autism – the second time in two years the service has received this top rating.

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Danshell Staff Shortlisted for Prestigious Awards

LD Awards Finalists 2018We are delighted to say that we have had eight people / teams shortlisted at the National LD & Autism Awards 2018. 

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Innovative Programme Improves Quality of Life

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A MIDLANDS nurse’s pioneering practice has seen him shortlisted for two prestigious awards. Warren Cocker, who developed an innovative programme to help people with learning disabilities and autism access healthcare screening, has been shortlisted as a finalist for The Learning Disability Nurse Award at both the National Learning Disability and Autism Awards 2018 and at the RCNi Nurse Awards 2018. 

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Autism Awareness in the Community

Beth Autism TrainingBeth Fields, Charge Nurse at Cedar Vale, one of our services in the Midlands, has been working hard to support positive change and autism awareness within the local community.

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A Day in the Life of Gary Docherty, Consultant Nurse

A Day in the Life Gary DochertyMy name is Gary Docherty and I am the Consultant Nurse for Scotland within Danshell. Here is a bit about my day to day life, the challenges affecting my role and what I love most about what I do.

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Ducks Halt Has A New Registration

Ducks Halt hero 640x427We are delighted to announce that Ducks Halt in Kirby-le-Soken has been newly developed and changed registration with the CQC. A series of positive changes has seen Ducks Halt, a specialist service for people with learning disabilities, re-registered as a residential service.

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