Creative Academy, the dedicated training arm of Creative Support have just released their 2016-2017 staff training questionnaire report, showing an overall satisfaction rate of over 80 per cent. Creative Academy strives to deliver inspirational and creative training opportunities for Creative Support staff members, service users and external organisations such as the Manchester Police, the University […]


This statement has been published in accordance with the Modern Slavery Act 2015 and the Modern Slavery Act (Transparency in Supply Chains) Regulations 2015. It sets out the position and steps taken by Creative Support Group to prevent Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking in its organisation and supply chains. Introduction Creative Support has a zero […]


Earlier this year we started a questionnaire and sent it out to find out what you thought of the services we offer. Martin O’Neill from Northampton was the lucky recipient of £100 in voucher for his responses to the survey. He was chosen at random from over 870 responses to our questionnaire that were sent in from […]


May is Older Person’s Month at Creative Support. In celebration of our older person’s services, we held several events across the country, including a plant potting party at our Elkin Court service in Partington, Greater Manchester. Many of our services also held or participated in events to celebrate the Queen’s 90th birthday, including Birch Court […]


April was Autism Month here at Creative Support. We marked the occasion by releasing our short film 7 Autism Stereotypes, in which our autistic service users David, Matthew and Dan, discuss seven common autism myths. The stereotypes we covered are: 1. People with autism can’t deal with social situations 2. People with autism all behave […]


Tony is a regular contributor to our Creative Life magazine. Every week, he hosts Tony’s Time Machine on LDOK, an inclusive online radio station. In this blog post, he tells us about his experience over the last two years. January 2014 – After short trial runs of 1 hour per month, Tony’s Time Machine was […]


In this post, James shows us some of his latest art work. Thanks for sharing James! I got lots of ideas for painting from the artist Jackson Pollock. I go to an art class in Chorley, where I make amazing masterpieces! I call myself the Amazing Firecracker because “I’m on fire!” This painting is a […]


Service users and staff from Wilshaw House in Ashton attended a ceremony on Wednesday 10th February, where they received the Daisy Award accreditation from Stockport Foundation NHS Trust. The award is a local scheme which recognises services that deliver care with dignity and respect. Find out more here. Many other organisations and individuals were recognised […]


In February, we are launching our annual service user questionnaire. We want to know what you think about us and your service, what’s good and what’s not so good. By you telling us what you think and sharing your views you will help us to understand what we do well and also where we need to work […]