• 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

Jun
12

May Ball Bonanza!

  The magic of HFHC social events – seeing a large group of individuals with very complex needs, who live in different homes across the county, together in one room enjoying and celebrating each other’s company and having a wonderful time. As a company, and more especially as parents, we look on proudly to see […]

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May
9

Can Autism ever be funny?

“Can disabilities and humour co-exist together? Disability is a battle against adversity, but is it allowed to be funny?” John Williams, a comedian who has a son with Autism, spoke out on BBC 4’s ‘Four Thought’ programme this Wednesday 6th May to tell some of the joyous tales of his life despite, and sometimes because […]

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News

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 […]

Apr
4

CQC changes

  From 1st April, new regulations (The Fundamental Standards) will come into effect which CQC will inspect against. These regulations set the standards below which care must not fall, and which providers must demonstrate how they comply with as part of their registration. The standards sit alongside the five questions/topics which CQC inspect against and […]

Mar
28

Laws & Regulations

Making decisions for your children are often seen as natural and necessary thing to do to ensure your son or daughter is safe and that you are acting in their best interest, however when a child becomes an adult (18 years old) they inherit rights. Within the care provision providing support for your son/daughter,  it […]

Feb
5

Kidz in the Middle 2015

Save this date in your diary – Thursday 19th March 2015 Disabled Living are organising another Kidz in the Middle event, which will be taking place as follows; 9.30am – 4.30pm Jaguar Exhibition Hall Ricoh Arena Coventry CV6 6GE We can’t stress how much this really is a must-see exhibition for parents who have children […]

Nov
10

Kidz Up North

We are looking forward to going to Kidz Up North exhibition next Thursday 20th November. Don’t miss out, add this date to your calendar as it is one not to miss! EventCity (Next to Trafford Centre) Barton Dock Road Manchester M17 8AS 9.30am – 4.30pm   This is one of the largest FREE exhibitions for […]