Tuesday, 2nd April
Jubilation at Coven Court

Champagne corks were popping at retirement living community Coven Court, when the popular scheme learned that it had secured a silver prize in the Elderly Accommodation Counsel (EAC) National Housing for Older People Awards.

Monday, 17th December
Angie, Dawn and Les

HomeLife, a support service for people who need help to make the most of life, has become part of leading Midlands not for profit company Care Plus.

Monday, 3rd December
Jenna and Amy

Caring colleagues who were pictured digging through snowdrifts to reach people in need were presented with one of the top prizes in the regional finals of the Great British Care Awards.

Thursday, 18th October

She bought her first television to watch the Queen’s coronation and now Joan Morgan is looking forward to receiving a card from the Queen herself.

Thursday, 4th October

Residents of 17 retirement living communities in South Staffordshire have had their heads in the clouds this summer, watching their sunflowers reaching for the sky.

Tuesday, 2nd October

Allen Davies has been working for Care Plus since July, providing At Home care in Shropshire. He has been zipping around on two wheels, not four.

Wednesday, 19th September

Housing Plus Group has welcomed the decision of South Staffordshire Council to grant planning permission for purpose-built accommodation for older people in Kinver.

Friday, 10th August
Carer Kelly Tudor is pictured with Gavin Williamson and Les Clarke.

The government has published its response to the consultation on funding for supported housing, ending plans to cap housing benefit for supported housing tenants in line with the Local Housing Allowance (LHA) which is used to set benefit rates for tenants of private landlords.

The government also confirmed that...

Wednesday, 27th June
Residents with alpaca

Residents of a retirement living community in Essington had some very special guests on Friday when some neighbouring alpacas dropped-in to see them.

Wednesday, 20th June
Care Plus customers enjoying taking part in french lessons

Residents of a retirement living community in Penkridge have proved it is never too late to learn a new language, by graduating from a French language course.

Neighbours in Pencric have been taking part in lessons taught by visiting teacher Jane Handley, who says that language learning is the...


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