Vivo Newsletter Issue 1 – Summer Edition

We have issued our first edition of our new quarterly newsletter.  In this edition you can find out more about our services, in addition to what support there is in Cheshire for Carers. Vivo-Newsletter-Issue-1-Summer-2018 Download Why not click on the link below to have a look.

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Check out the autumn 2019 edition of Vivo’s Newsletter

Vivo’s Newsletter is one of the best ways to find out what is happening across the organisation and the autumn 2019 edition is now available. Highlights in this issue include the following. All of Vivo’s services are now regulated as ‘good’ by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The service spotlight is on the Little Roodee […]

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Celebrating a good care service for those who need support

People from across Vivo Care Choices came together at the Little Roodee Café in Chester to celebrate all of its regulated services being rated as ‘good’. Vivo provides flexible and responsive support for adults with learning disabilities and autism and older people, including those with dementia. With all seven of Vivo’s regulated services now rated […]

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Green team continues to grow and help the community

Vivo Care Choices’ Green team is still working hard across west Cheshire, supporting a number of different gardening and outdoor projects. The Green team is made up of more than 30 volunteers from Vivo’s learning disability services, volunteering one to five days per week. The path at Handbridge is now in place and work around […]

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Play Your Part in ambitious plans to transform the borough

Cheshire West and Chester Council is urging residents to get involved as it sets out an ambitious vision for the future of the borough, including more than £114 million investment on services to promote health, wellbeing and independence. The Council launched Play Your Part on 10 October to give residents, businesses, young people and community […]

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