Achievements


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 […]


Season six of the Creative Support Football League at Blackburn Rovers Indoor Centre came to a close on Friday 20th June. Everton were crowned Division 1 champions, Wigan topped Division 2, and Stockport Utd won the Social Inclusion Cup! The new season begins on Friday 18th July and there are two places available in Division […]


Congratulations to Stephen, winner of our Service User Achievement Award for May 2014. He has overcome sensory loss by mastering new skills with his guide dog Barney, and demonstrated a positive and independent attitude in adapting to his changing circumstances. Stephen will receive a £50 gift voucher in recognition of his efforts. For more information, including a […]


Press Release: NIA from Birmingham win the shield at Creative Support’s 5-a-side football tournament For all press enquiries, please call Claire Croskery on 0161 236 0829 or email claire.croskery@creativesupport.co.uk


On Monday 2nd June, it was announced in The London Gazette that Sandy Lane Gardening Group from Accrington has received The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service. The award is the MBE for groups of volunteers who work in their local community for the benefit of others. This year’s recipients were selected from over 300 groups […]


Press Release: Blackburn Brasilia win the cup at Creative Support’s 5-a-side football tournament For all press enquiries, please call Claire Croskery on 0161 236 0829 or email claire.croskery@creativesupport.co.uk


Press Release: Sandy Lane Gardening Group receives The Queen’s Award for Voluntary Service  For all press enquiries, please call Claire Croskery on 0161 236 0829 or email claire.croskery@creativesupport.co.uk


Congratulations to Pauline, winner of our Service User Achievement Award for April 2014. Despite her learning disability and visual impairment, she works as a volunteer teaching computer skills to people in her local community. Pauline will receive a £50 gift voucher in recognition of her efforts. For more information, including a full list of this […]


In the run-up to our Creative Communities Month in June, we’re inviting you to make nominations for our Community Champion Awards. We are looking for service users or staff who have shown a significant commitment to improving their community or achieved an outcome to be proud of in this area. Winners will receive a certificate and a voucher worth £20. […]


Creative Support is a finalist in the Skills for Care 2013/14 Accolades in the Best Employer Support for the Assessed and Supported Year in Employment (ASYE) category. The prestigious Skills for Care Accolades, which are now in their eleventh year, reward the best in adult social care. They are awarded to organisations and employers who […]


December is Customer Care Month at Creative Support! Customer Care Month 2013 will highlight the importance of good customer care and celebrate the many achievements of staff, service users and volunteers. Customer Care Month will introduce The Creative Way, look at complaints, set out Creative Support’s customer care strategy for 2014 and name this year’s […]


Congratulations to Georgina, October’s Service User Achievement Award winner. She was nominated by Bob, a member of staff at our Kendal Floating Support service, who said: “Georgina has been campaigning for a ‘ring and ride’ service in Cumbria to help people with limited mobility attend local groups, GP surgeries, day centres and other services. She […]


Congratulations to Christopher, September’s Service User Achievement Award winner. He was nominated by Adam, a member of staff at our Darlington Physical & Sensory Impairment service, who said: “Unfortunately, Chris was recently targeted by pickpockets whilst out with friends and had his mobile phone stolen. As a result of the support he has been receiving, […]


Rebecca received the Employee of the Month prize for November. Louise, who nominated her, said: “Rebecca is a brilliant ambassador for the project and for Creative Support. She has innovative ideas to help service users move onto greater independence and she supports to regain confidence and do more activities in the local community by using […]


Congratulations to Michael, the winner of our latest Service User Achievement Award. He was nominated by Lesley, a member of staff at Howard Place, who said: “I nominated Michael for the Service User Achievement Award to acknowledge his determination to succeed living out in the community despite suffering from poor physical health at the moment. […]


The highlight of Housing Week 2013 was an awards ceremony celebrating the achievements of our tenants on Wednesday 16th October. Each winner received a trophy and £20 gift vouchers in recognition of their achievements. Their names and the reasons they were nominated are listed below: Tenant of the Year – Tony Denial: “A good neighbour […]


Sarah received the Employee of the Month prize for July. Emily, who nominated her, said: “Over the last 6 months Sarah has grown incredibly in confidence and assertiveness in our project. We work with service users that have challenging behaviour at Station Road and Sarah used to be very shy and reluctant to intervene. Sarah […]


Congratulations to Sam, the winner of our latest Service User Achievement Award. He was nominated by Sam, a member of staff at The Crescent, who said: “Ever since the Dorman’s Disco started two years ago Sam has played a massive part in running it. He helps to take all of the equipment along and sets […]


Congratulations to Jean from Manchester, the winner of June’s Service User Achievement Award. She was nominated by Julie, who said: “Jean has recently overcome her anxiety of calling different places such as housing associations to report repairs for herself, making a positive step towards improving her independence! Whatever she comes up against she is well known […]


The Courtyard Café has been shortlisted in the Third Sector Excellence Awards in the Best Start Up category! The Third Sector Excellence Awards celebrate the achievements of UK-based voluntary organisations, registered charities, not-for-profit organisations, social enterprises and campaigning groups. The Awards aim to reward examples of outstanding campaigns, strategies, projects and performance, backed up by […]