Catholic Care staff and the people we support, will pick their favourite songs to cheer people up. Please sing along and if you want to, get up and dance. Please enjoy! Go to our Facebook Page each day to see the new song.
Catholic Care closed its residential home for adults with a learning disability in Dewsbury in February for redevelopment and the residents all moved to a new home in Elland. They have settled in really well and the “Stay at Home” instruction given by Boris Johnson has provided them with the opportunity to tackle the garden. Read More
Care Day, the world’s biggest celebration of children and young people with care experience, took place this year on 21 February 2020. Care Day 2020 is an opportunity to celebrate the rights of care experienced children and young people and is a joint initiative between five children’s rights charities across the U.K. and Ireland, under Read More
On 21 February 2020, Tracey Burke was appointed as the Registered Manager for Harrison Crescent. Tracey comes with a wealth of experience having cared for children and young people at Catholic Care for over 25 years and has been acting in the role of Interim Manager for the past 6 months. Tracey has a real Read More
In our Adult Learning Disability Service at Catholic Care we support the people we care for to identify and achieve a Big Wish each year, something they really want to do that they will look forward to and really enjoy doing. Something that is extra special. On the 24th of January this year, one of Read More
On Thursday 20th February, the Charles Plater Trust held its 9th awards evening. As former recipients Catholic Care were invited to take part in the celebration to share learning and meet this year’s award winners. In 2018 the charity was awarded a grant to fund its Safer Together Project, an initiative to promote healthy none Read More
Over the weekend of 15/16 February St Benedict’s in Garforth became the latest destination for the Catholic Care Roadshow. Despite Storm Dennis over 300 people attended Mass in the church across weekend. Carol Hill (Director of Catholic Care ) said “its heart warming when people come up to you and share their experiences of how Read More
At the beginning of February the Catholic Care roadshow reached the Stay and Play Group at St Mary’s Rothwell. Janet Kent (Service Manager for the School’s Children & Family Wellbeing Service) was on hand to answer any questions as mums, grandparents, aunties, uncles and so on took a real interest in the information boards on Read More