9 November 2015
Good Autism Practice Group Update
Our Good Autism Practice Group, whose purpose is to improve knowledge and good practice of the managers of our autism services, met for last time in 2015. Following positive feedback, the group will continue in 2016.
3 November 2015
Positive Pathways is back
Positive Pathways, the intensive training programme for family carers of adults with autism, is back for a fourth year to help families implement Positive Behaviour Support in their homes.
30 October 2015
North Region Participation Day in Perth
On the 26th August, staff and the People We Support from our North Region were invited to Perth to attend a Participation Day based on the famous Oscar ceremony followed by a ceilidh.
12 October 2015
Health & Safety Week 2015
The Richmond Fellowship Scotland participated in the UK National Health & Safety Week at the end of August 2015.
2 October 2015
Health & Safety Week Competiton Winner
During Health and Safety Week we ran a competition for the best health and safety related idea or suggestion against criteria such as innovation, originality, ease of implementation, improvements to safety, empowerment, and its relevance to the organisati
27 August 2015
2015 TRFS Challenge Cup Winners!
Well done to Richmond FC, a team from Fife, for winning the 2015 TRFS Challenge Cup – our football tournament for people with learning disabilities
27 July 2015
Good Autism Practice Meeting
The second meeting of our Good Autism Practice Group has been a great success covering the topic of transitions including school leaving, home moves and other changes.
23 July 2015
New CALM Instructors for TRFS
Eight staff from The Richmond Fellowship Scotland have undertaken their CALM Instructor training to add to the already existing pool of CALM trainers within the company.
29 June 2015
Committed to Excellence Award for Richmond
The Richmond Fellowship Scotland were pleased to pick up a Committed to Excellence Award from Quality Scotland at the Scottish Awards for Business Excellence
19 June 2015
Care Inspectorate Results 2014/15
The annual Care Inspectorate Report for 2014/15 has just been completed, and it is extremely positive: our target of achieving at least a grade 4 for 90% of our services has not only been achieved, but surpassed.