Welcome baby Sophia
Many congratulations to our support worker, Rebecca Wreghitt who recently given birth to a baby girl. Her name is Sophia Grace and she was born in March, weighing 6lb 4oz. Both mum and baby are doing well and we look forward to meeting the newest member of the AKA family soon!
Quiz – March 2019 Answers
Quiz questions and answers for the general knowledge questions published in AKA’s Spring newsletter March 2019 are below. Enjoy! Here is a reminder of the questions…. scroll down to reveal the answers are below. What’s the highest village in the UK? Which date is Mothering Sunday in 2019? According to legend, where did Robin Hood […]
New paediatric lead joins AKA
We are delighted to announce that we now have a paediatric lead who will enhance the case management services and support we provide for children and their families. Mary Gillman has joined us as Paediatric Clinical Case Manager. She brings a wealth of experience and knowledge as a paediatric practitioner. She will be based in Manchester […]
AKA contributes to Parliamentary Review
We were honoured to be invited to contribute to the Parliamentary Review on Care. This is a high-profile, national publication, which will share best practices on care with an audience of policymakers and business leaders across the country. Our Managing Director Angela Kerr was asked if AKA would be a contributor to The Parliamentary Review […]
Baby on Board
A Walk in the Park
…or so we’re hoping!
Socialising, Sun and Sausages
The summer sun encouraged lots of socialising within our team over the past few months.
Puppy Progress #Toffeetales
For all those who have followed our puppy Toffee on Facebook or Twitter, she is reported to be making great progress. Now 6 months old, Toffee is proving to be a quick learner and has easily adjusted to puppy training with her socialiser Scott.
Congratulations to our client Emmanuel and his wife Christine on the arrival
of their beautiful baby girl Grace, who was born in November last year.
One Day at a Time
We are proud to hear that our support worker Kevin Jones is competing in a 20km endurance obstacle course (solo, if it wasn’t impressive enough already!).