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We would like to reassure everyone Bethphage works with that we are working closely with our commissioners and care consortia to ensure we are up to date with the latest guidance from the Government, Public Health England and World Health Organisation on how to respond to Coronavirus.

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Bethphage is a registered charity (No. 1046225) which was established in 1994. We provide a range of care and support services for more than 100 adults with learning disabilities, autism and mental health needs across Shropshire, Birmingham, Telford, Walsall and Wolverhampton.

With a workforce in excess of 350 people, our services include registered care for people with complex and forensic needs, registered care in a specialist assessment and transition service, a range of supported living services, outreach services and day opportunities, which enable people to have meaningful and varied activities in a range of environments. Everything we do is focused on the individual, using person centred approaches, enabling the person to develop their potential, whilst meeting their hopes, dreams and aspirations. The people we support may live alone, share their accommodation with other people or live with their family. Support we provide in people’s homes, may range from a few hours a week to 24 hours a day.

Our day opportunities include a working farm in South Shropshire, with capacity for up to 30 people to work at the farm, growing and harvesting produce for sale and making jams, chutneys and gathering eggs to sell to the public. In Bridgnorth, the service provides a range of opportunities, including crafts, computers, opportunities to develop numeracy and literacy through meaningful sessions, music and cooking. In Ellesmere, we provides services for a small group of people with learning disabilities, a small group for older people and the building also houses the local library, which is a great addition to the service, providing opportunities for people to work in the library, interacting with the public and developing work skills as well as lending books, DVDs etc.

 

We aspire to being the best we can and we decided to work towards becoming a Positive Behaviour Organisation (PBO) and continue to strive towards this. Using the concepts and values of positive behaviour support, we apply them with the people we support and across the workforce, encouraging staff to interact and work effectively with each other. We believe that by becoming a positive behaviour organisation, we will make a difference to the people who use our services, as they benefit from staff who approach issues in a positive way. Ultimately, we believe this approach will make Bethphage a better place to work.

We have a specialist in-house team providing professional expertise in positive behaviour support (PBS) which augments the skills of our highly trained workforce. Our vision is of a society where people with disabilities have the same opportunities to develop and use their talents and skills as all other people. We deliver this by implementing our core values of personal growth, honesty, respect and active involvement, through our person centred approaches to service delivery and through our focus on PBO.

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  • 23rd September 2020
    Support Worker- Shrewsbury
    Shrewsbury
    Support Worker- Shrewsbury £8.72 per hour Full Time & Part Time considered   This vacancy is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is looking for a new challenge working in a person-centred positive behaviour organisation. We are looking for friendly and positive Support workers who will work closely with the team to promote a positive culture in the services. You will be
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  • 22nd September 2020
    Wake Night Support Workers- Robin House
    Shrewsbury
    WAKE NIGHT SUPPORT WORKERS- ROBIN HOUSE From £9.08 per hour Based in Shrewsbury Full Time This vacancy is a fantastic opportunity for someone who is looking for a new challenge working in a person-centred positive behaviour organisation. We are looking for a friendly and positive Wake Night Support worker who will work closely with the team to promote positive culture in the services. You
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Bethphage

Hi all

Earlier this week the new NHS COVID-19 app was released. This weekend Public Health England are encouraging as many people as possible to download the app onto their phones from the app store.

This app is part of the large scale coronavirus (COVID-19) testing and contact tracing programme and will be used, alongside traditional contact tracing, to notify users if they come into contact with someone who later tests positive for coronavirus – helping to keep us all safer.

The app can also help the NHS understand how the virus is spreading & helps local authorities respond quickly to prevent further spread & save lives.

The app does this while protecting a user’s anonymity. Nobody, including the government, will know who or where a particular user is.
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Bethphage

Today is #NationalFitnessDay, check out how Innage Lane Day Services were keeping active a few weeks ago with a seated exercise session & ball games in the garden!

For more information about National Fitness Day visit: www.nationalfitnessday.com/ or National Fitness Day ⚽️🏓🏸🚴‍♀️🏊🏃🚶👩‍🦽Gentle seated exercise and ball games in the garden today..
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testimonials

  • We at MAGG Group Ltd have been partners with Bethphage, for over 3 years now and have always found the staff to be very dedicated, committed and most importantly they care about the people they look after, their homes are well managed and the management team are very proactive with regards to the needs of the people and homes they manage and from our point of view specifically with regards to health and fire safety

    Mark Gibbons - MAGG Group

  •  …They help me feel better about myself and always listen to me.

     People told us they believed the provider created a culture that was open and transparent.

     I feel valued by Bethphage and part of a team. Not just someone who is cared for.

    The Hollies - CQC inspection

  • The home had a positive and welcoming atmosphere where staff put people at the heart of the service.

    Plas Newydd - CQC inspection

  • Staff were keen to try new things to enhance the quality of people’s lives. We found the culture of the home to be open, positive and inclusive.

    Old Farmhouse - CQC inspection

  • I like them all and we have a laugh. We saw that staff treated people with kindness and were responsive to their needs.

    Bradbury Lodge - CQC inspection

  • Staff treated people with compassion, kindness dignity and respect. We found the home had a culture where staff put people first and wanted them to be involved in what happened there. Relatives told us that staff were “marvellous” We saw that people were confident in the company of staff and looked comfortable and relaxed.

    Old Farmhouse - CQC inspection

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