Category: The Hub Page

Working in Care Stories: Kim

Kim is a Team Leader at Progress’s Children’s Short Breaks service, Stourbridge House. This is her story. It was Kim Williams’ younger brother who inspired her to work in care. ‘He is autistic and I grew up caring for him,’ she says. ‘I love him to bits, he is such a character and I wanted to help… Read more »

Working for Progress: Phil’s Story

“I can talk with passion about what I do because I fully believe in it” says Phil McDonald who is at the helm of The Hub, which helps children and young adults with disabilities to get the absolute most from life. Phil started his working life at the tax office, but feeling unfulfilled, took a… Read more »

A New Member Of Our Senior Team – Margaret Hopkins

Progress are thrilled to welcome our outstanding home manager Margaret Hopkins into the senior management team Before joining Progress as a support worker, Margaret was a foster carer for 22 years. Her magic was quickly recognised here and she progressed to senior, deputy and then registered manager. Over her 16 years with Progress, she has… Read more »

What is the Hub?

We want the young people in our care to have a great start to life and are supported as much as possible. We are continuously looking for areas where we can improve our services. This helps us achieve our goal of being the best we can be. This is where The Hub comes in; created… Read more »

Access All Areas: The Hub

Our Hub services have been put together with the aim to help children and young adults with disabilities get the absolute most from life.   Between custom built accommodation, fun clubs and respite for all the family, we’ve been extremely successful in our goal. To get an inside look on the services, we caught up… Read more »

Blog by Issie – 16 year-old daughter of Progress staff member

The feeling of buying something new never gets old!   Like most other teenage girls, my interests are fashion, makeup and music and regardless of any disability, the young girls supported by Progress are probably the same. I believe myself to be extremely lucky that I have no difficulties or disabilities but I can imagine… Read more »

Ingenuitive Technology; Helping Residents Sleep Soundly

Stourbridge House

The development of our new residential short breaks and transitions to independence service in Wolverhampton, has provided an excellent opportunity for us to integrate systems to improve the level of care we offer. One of the features we are excited to unveil is the acoustic monitoring technology we are installing. This equipment is only currently… Read more »

Coming soon – Stourbridge House

Brand New Facility

A word from the Managing Director  Welcome to the first newsletter about the latest developmentfrom Progress, my name is Claire Rogers the Managing Director. Over the next few months we will be keeping you up to date with the developments at Stourbridge House and counting down to its launch. So, what’s it all about you… Read more »

Community Based Services – Introducing the HUB

Hub Breaks

The Hub is a combination of dedicated services with the sole aim of creating positive outcomes for children and young adults with disabilities. Community based services. The Hub’ provides a central point in the co-ordination  of key services that are community based and accessible to all vulnerable children, young people and their families as and… Read more »