• Our Story

    Tuesday, January 23, 2018

    Watch a short film to find out a bit more about our journey into the world of care.

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A Family Perspective

Oct
13

Legislation Changes

We would like to draw your attention to some significant changes over the past year, with particular reference to legislative changes from 1st April 2015. The Care Quality Commission is taking a Human Rights approach to regulation, to ensure that that all people using any health or social care services in England, have their rights […]

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Aug
30

Milestone Events

The Home From Home Care May Ball and Summer BBQ are two major events in the HFHC social calendar. These milestone social events for residents and their families are a fantastic opportunity for everyone to come together and celebrate, as well as building and encouraging friendships across all of the Micro Communities. It’s really great […]

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News

Sep
15

Great job, Mark!

Mark, who lives at The Old Hall – one of Home From Home Care’s Micro Communities – celebrated a very special anniversary this year: five years working at Rosie Lea Cafe in Cherry Willingham. Mark started a four week trial back in 2010, working one day a week. This rapidly developed into working 3 days […]

Sep
7

TES SEN Show 2015

We are pleased to say that we will be attending the TES SEN show again this year, taking place on Friday 9th & Saturday 10th October 2015, held at the Business Design Centre, Islington, London. This is a show for parents and carers, school leaders, teachers and support staff with an interest in SEN. There […]

Aug
4

In the Media

Some recent documentaries on BBC iPlayer have been sharing in the lives of young people with learning disabilities at specialist residential colleges. Life, love, freedom… A documentary on BBC3 aired recently to follow the story of 6 students with learning disabilities who are leaving their full-time residential college for good. They have just had the […]

Jul
17

Community Integration

Home From Home Care are teaming up with the Prince’s Trust to provide work experience and community integration opportunities for young people in the Lincoln area who are working towards their Prince’s Trust award. The Prince’s Trust provide an opportunity to help individuals integrate into the community as well as develop their personal and work […]

Jul
2

Sight Village – Birmingham

There is a 2 day event taking place in Birmingham on Tuesday 14th & Wednesday 15th July for individuals with visual impairment and their families to find out about the latest technologies, equipment and support services that may be available. We are pleased to say that we will be attending this event with a stand […]

May
18

Born Naughty?

When children have behavioural problems, is it down to bad parenting or an undiagnosed medical condition? A very controversial subject. Channel 4 have produced a programme called “Born Naughty?” whereby Dr Dawn Harper from Embarrassing Bodies and Dr Ravi Jayaram help children with behavioural problems, and their long suffering parents.   Episode 1, which aired […]