• 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

Jan
15

Going the distance

Ann de Savary says… “Parents prefer to have their children as close as possible, as would I, however when looking for a suitable provision locally and finding all services lacking, you have to make a choice. For me, providing a fulfilled life for someone with learning disabilities, regardless of distance, is the greater priority, as […]

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Nov
23

Lost in Transition..?

For many parents who have children with learning disabilities who are reaching that tender age of transition from Children’s to Adult Social Services, the transition process is an extremely difficult and daunting time in their lives. Not only is it difficult in terms of finding information for the next step, as well as all the […]

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News

Jun
11

Carers Week 2018

Individuals and groups all over the UK are organising events to raise awareness for Carers Week 2018. Around 6.5 million people in the UK are carers, looking after a parent, partner, child or friend. Carers Week is an annual campaign to raise awareness of caring, highlight the challenges carers face and recognise the contribution they […]

Jun
6

Autism Show London

Home From Home Care are looking forward to exhibiting at The Autism Show on the 15th and 16th June 2018 at ExCel, London. Company founders Paul, Ann and Hugo de Savary will be on stand A10, together with our ambassadors team – sharing their experiences of transition into adult services from a personal perspective. This is a fantastic opportunity to find out about […]

Apr
30

National Gardening Week

Springtime sparks a surge in gardening nationwide, with even the smallest balcony or window ledge being transformed into a riot of colour. National Gardening Week celebrates this passion, with a range of interactive gardening activities available across the country. In this article we are embracing our green fingers and exploring how those with learning disabilities […]

Feb
28

Rare Disease Day 2018

Today is the annual Rare Disease Day, a worldwide event to raise awareness about rare diseases and the impact they have on patient’s lives. 1 in 20 people will live with a rare disease at some point in their lives. There is no cure for the majority of rare diseases and many go undiagnosed. For […]

Jan
31

Dignity Action Day

Dignity Action Day began in 2006 with the aim to inspire health and social care staff and local people, to place dignity and compassion at the heart of care services and the community. It is a national initiative led by the Dignity in Care Campaign to bring people together, ensuring individuals are given choice, control […]

Jan
3

Festival of Sleep

The Festival of Sleep is a celebratory day created to remind individuals to take a rest after the chaos of the festive season. But life with a child with learning disabilities may make it difficult to get the essential sleep required for wellbeing, let alone indulgent post-Christmas naps. The importance of sleep is well known […]