How Sequence Care Group Can Enhance Lives

Growing up and living in London whilst having a learning difficulty can be hard, but it doesn’t have to be. Many individuals choose to live at home with support and attend day centres that suit their needs, and many choose to live at specialised residential units. Supported living ensures a great quality of life, and the Sequence Care Group tailors …

Challenging behaviour in learning disabilities: techniques for managing symptoms and improving communication and social skills

‘Challenging behaviour’ is a broad term describing a range of behaviours that are difficultfor parents, carers, teachers and other professionals. Here we explain how children with learning disabilities exhibiting challenging behaviour can be helped to overcome their difficulties. What is challenging behaviour? Challenging behaviour can include tantrums, hurting others, self-injury, throwing or breaking things, spitting, eating inedible objects, and running …

Ways people with autism can enjoy living in London

At least 1 in 100 people in the UK have autism, a developmental disability that impacts how a person communicates with others and interacts with the world around them. Many people with autism are sensitive to sensory stimulation, light and noise, for example, and this can make going out and taking part in activitiesdemanding. Fortunately, for adults and children with …

Choosing autism services for adults in London

If you are looking for support for an adult with autism in London, there are various options available. Depending on the person’s individual needs, you may be searching for a residential care home or supported living accommodation. It is vital to find a safe and caringenvironment. Sequence Care Group can offer both these services for adults with various needs including …

Different Methods of Treating Asperger’s Syndrome In Children and Adults, Including Alternative Therapies

What Is Asperger’s Syndrome? Below we explain common therapies for autism spectrum disorders. People with Asperger’s syndrome – a form of autism – experience the world differently to other people through their senses. They may struggle with social challenges, emotions, impulses and motor skills defects. It is a life-long condition and cannot be cured. Autism is a spectrum condition and …

How can people with autism be better supported by autism specialists?

With over 700,000 people having a diagnosis of autism, and the potential of many more people having the disorder but not having been diagnosed, it is essential that healthcare professionals and autism specialists understand how best to support people on the autistic spectrum. Understanding and awareness of autism According to Healthwatch, many people with autism and their families feel healthcare …

We exhibited at The Autism Show on the 15th & 16th June 2018

We exhibited at  The Autism Show on the 15th & 16th June! Our therapeutic team and managers met with lots of people and shared their knowledge to all that came to our stand at B7. We will be in contact with the winner of our £75 voucher raffle! Thank you for those who took part.  

We have launched our new website

Sequence Care Group is proud to announce the launch of our new website.  We hope our new website provides you with an informed view about all aspects of our service, especially the breadth of skilled support we offer to people with complex learning and mental health needs. Our logo has also changed and we believe the vibrancy of the new …

Our annual service user Forums being planned for 2018

At Sequence Care Group we believe our person-centred approach enables everyone we work with to feel valued because their opinions, wishes and aspirations are respected and supported. One of the ways in which we enable people to discuss matters important to them is through our Service User Forums. Service Users feedback is the best way for our care homes to …