PBS4 have signed up to be a Third Party Hate Crime Reporting Centre. The scheme is jointly led by Hampshire Constabulary and Spectrum Centre for Independent Living and we are joining a network of over 30 Reporting Centres in Hampshire.
At PBS4 we like to acknowledge the hard work and dedication that our staff put into supporting the people we support. Each month we ask our staff to nominate a colleague in recognition of them going the extra mile in their job and in supporting the people we support.
Each month’s winner is awarded with a £50 voucher and a certificate of thanks from our CEO, Jonathan Beebee.
Our Enablement Champion of the month winners for 2018 are;
April – Hayley Dowling
May – Hannah Hall
June – Alana Brooke
July – AB’s Team
August – Diane Hughes
September – Gareth Cox
October – Vicky Webster
November – Rajumon Pappachan
December – Ebou Juke
Pictured above is December’s Enablement Champion, Ebou Juke. Ebou enabled a man we support to shave where his Autism means he finds shaving difficult and he hadn’t shaved for many months. Well done Ebou.
We have a Stakeholder Event on 28th February where we will be presenting an Enablement Champion of the Year, Good Luck to all.
At PBS4 we are mindful of this, parents come to us with a wealth of experience and insightful knowledge. So when one of our parents suggested we hold a regular coffee morning we jumped at the opportunity. Families are a valued part of our team and we respect and welcome this. Continue reading …
PBS4 supports the SHIP (Southampton, Hampshire, Isle of Wight, and Portsmouth) Transforming Care Partnership by hosting the SHIP PBS Network meeting alongside the Loddon Foundation and the Claire Patricia Steeples Trust. To find out more contact us.