During the last two years of the Covid-19 pandemic we have been working hard to ensure that all the people we support remain safe and active, while ensuring we responded to changing government guidance, dependant on the risk at the time.
We have responded to lockdowns, and helped our staff and people we support to have their vaccinations. We have also supported people to maintain links with their families and friends, through person-centred support and risk assessments.
The latest government guidance on “Living with Covid” has seen our services get back to a more normal working pattern. We will continue to follow the infection control guidance set out by government.
We now look forward to building back our services and ensuring we offer high-quality, autistic-specific care and support to people.