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A budding artist who works as a volunteer with a community art project, is thrilled that the group’s work is being shown in a new exhibition at Wells Cathedral.
Matthew Nunn has been offered a new job after receiving training and support from the Discovery Supported Employment team. The team works in partnership with businesses across Somerset to support an individual with a learning disability and/or autism into work.
Health and social care students have been helping the people we support with a spot of gardening at the new Apple Tree Court development in Street.
Rachael Dodgson has been appointed as Dimensions’ next Group CEO. The appointment has been made following a rigorous, open and competitive recruitment process which included the use of external consultants, visits to our services and input from people we support and their family members. Rachael is currently Managing Director of Dimensions UK. She’s a qualified […]
Dr. Peter Bagshaw and Dr. Andrew Tresidder are joined by Jordan Smith, Advocacy Lead and Chair of Dimensions Council and his Dimensions Personal Assistant, Emilija Lizunaite to discuss the impact health checks can have for people who have learning disabilities.
Football mad Amy is part of her local team and she trains with them every week.
Discovery has joined forces with Somerset Waste Partnership to create an easy-read guide for the new `Recycle More’ scheme.
Martin, who has been diagnosed with diabetes, is losing weight slowly as a result of support from a nutrition volunteer and a personal trainer. This has increased his mobility and stamina and improved his well-being.
Denise has bought a new bike with a Small Sparks grant from the Discovery Community Fund which enables her to be more independent and get out and about in her community.