Service User Achievement Awards – March’s Winner Announced!

Congratulation’s to Rashpal from Leicester, the winner of this month’s Service User Achievement Award. He was nominated by Christine, who said:

“Rashpal was nominated for this award in recognition of his achievements within the local community. He attends numerous groups and meetings, and he is a local representative for Mencap. This is a fantastic achievement, well done!”.

He will receive £50 gift voucher in recognition of his success!

Other highly commended nominees included Jason from Trafford who is living independently for the first time with his own tenancy, Stuart from Manchester who has found a job after many years of volunteering, Paula from Staffordshire for improving her confidence and entering employment, and Neil from Redcar for managing his own budget and improving his daily living skills.

If you’d like to make a nomination for next month’s Service User Achievement Awards, please complete this form and return it to our Head Office. For more information, call Rebecca Simpson on 0161 236 0829 or email



1 Comment so far

  1. Kenneth Dore on September 21, 2017 4:18 pm

    Nominating Kenny Dore and the team at 65 Osborne road for their dedication and supporting Kenny to move back to 65 Osborne road.
    Kenny lived in the community for several years and in the end was facing a lot of challenges in the community living alone. Kenny was offered to move back into 65 Osborne road however he refused. Kenny with staff explaining things to him clearer finally agreed to move back into 65 Osborne road after having gone and seen other places which were being offered by other providers. Kenny since moving back to 65 Osborne road is now more outgoing, tremendous improvement in his well being, interacting more with staff and exchanging banter with his co-tenants. Kenny is currently participating in interviews which he had stopped doing so years back.

    The staff team went above and beyond to ensure Kenny’s move goes smoothly. Kenny is now very proud of keeping his environment clean and has decorated his bedroom which Kenny is happy to invite all to see. Kenny’s self esteem has greatly improved. Kenny is now spending more time at his home and visits his local pub daily however spending less time there.

    Kenny in his own words ‘ I like it here a lot now I feel I settled in – I like my new curtains my new bedroom sorted, Vicky is okay always quite a few people I like. I get on with the clients a few arguments here and there’ and chuckles. Asked if Kenny would like to go back ‘ No! a bit too late now’

    Staff’s words ‘It is a joy when you see such a turn around in someone’s life and seeing Kenny flourishing makes the job worthwhile’

    submitted by Anna Kamombe


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