‘The most meaningful job I’ve ever had’: How support workers at a Lifeways service in Leyland, Lancashire help four individuals thrive
In a shared house in a suburb of Leyland, Lancashire, live four people we support: Chris, Jamie, Paul, and Steven.
Their Lifeways support team, which includes Dave, Kirsty and Steven, have formed often close-knit bonds with each individual – and carved out new careers.Read more
How individuals supported by Lifeways help check the quality of our services
In the UK, health and care services are inspected by government-appointed regulators to ensure a quality service.
But what would happen if individuals who live in those services inspected their own services, too?Read more
Coronavirus (COVID-19) guidance
Throughout the pandemic our priority has been keeping those we support, our colleagues, families, and visitors safe. We have done this through following Government guidance and we continue to do this as we see the emergence of the Omicron variant.Read more
Lifeways CEO Justin Tydeman: being optimistic for 2022
You may, like me, find your heart sink a little as the newspapers and screens fill up again with COVID-related news and tension.
Amidst all that anxiety and noise, I want to share some information and thoughts which make me optimistic for 2022.Read more
‘I love being that first step to a brighter future,’ Launa on how she moved from a career in domiciliary care to Lifeways
Launa hadn’t always wanted to work in social care.
In fact, in her working life, Launa had tried her hand at a little bit of everything – including retail, warehouse work, all the way to building and optimising websites!Read more