Who we have helped
We have been proud to help a number of different people and originations, here are a few of the stories of how we helped.
Hope Street Trust give more patients access to remote rehabilitation thanks to Care Plus Group Charitable Trust funding
The Care Plus Group Charitable Trust has recently donated £1,855 to the Hope Street Trust to be used for the benefit of Hope Specialist Service patients, as they continue to
A community-based country style farm working to support the health and wellbeing of the local residents has received a significant boost, thanks to a £3000 donation from Care Plus Group
The Care Plus Group Charitable Trust has recently donated £560 to Care Plus Groups’ Community Cardiology service, as they continue to support people living with heart conditions across the area.
The money has allowed the YMCA to purchase specific equipment, books and games to be used to deliver basic reading and maths sessions for residents to give them the skills
The new TVs and digital radios are replacing old, outdated equipment and will provide better entertainment options for residents, who are at The Beacon for rehabilitation and re-enablement after a
The Care Plus Group Charitable Trust has donated £1000 to YMCA Humber for their At One service, using art within individual and group therapy sessions. The sessions are for young people experiencing
Trustees of the Charity, Julie Grimmer and Neil Cartwright presented the equipment to members of the Group who were delighted as their old equipment was in very poor repair. Julie
Alivia is 4 years old and is quadriplegic, has dystonia, global development delay, cerebral palsy and is autistic and deaf. Her consultant in Leeds advised Alivia’s mum that a way
A sponsorship of £380 allowed the team to pay the season’s affiliation fees and purchase netball bibs. Fiona Rudrum, Assistant Practitioner said: “The teamwork and support we have shown each other
They attended the session at the hospice, it was delivered by Liz Foster (Macmillan Palliative Care clinical nurse specialist and Haley jones (Macmillan Complex case Manager). The event teaches patients
This is a bike that can be powered totally by arm movement therefore giving a different experience for everyone, especially those that are unable to or struggle to coordinate leg
Sue Over, Superintendent Physiotherapist at Care Plus Group said: “This chair is purpose built out of steel and won’t rust in the humid conditions of the swimming pool. This chair