Monthly Archives: January 2020

Support Worker – Bury

Support Worker Part Time hours available supporting Mum with her son in their own home and out in the community. The young man has Cerebral Palsy, behavioural and learning disabilities and Autism. This role will be working alongside Mum, Monday to Thursday between 3pm – 8pm helping after school with meal time and activities to […]

Mark Rybczynski appointment as Trustee

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The Manchester-based Joshua Wilson Brain Tumour Charity (charity reg number 1151518) – affectionately known as SuperJosh has appointed Rehabilitation for Independence Managing Director Mark Rybczynski as a Trustee. In 2003 Joshua was diagnosed with a brain stem tumour. Life-saving surgery to remove the tumour left Josh with serious post-surgery disabilities, Josh was just three years old. Josh’s parents Dawn […]

RFI and SFI are proud to support the Masquerade Ball for Headway

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This very special Masquerade Ball is in aid of Headway Blackpool Wyre and Fylde, supporting local people with brain injuries. The BIG event will take place on Friday 1st May 2020 at the Village Hotel, Blackpool. On the night there will be amazing entertainment, a delicious three-course meal and plenty of wonderful prizes to win […]

RFI and SFI put some colour into ‘Blue Monday’

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What is Blue Monday? It has been said that ‘Blue Monday’ is the most depressing day of the year, not proven, but some believe that the weather, the Christmas aftermath, debt and failing our New Year’s resolutions all contribute to low motivation levels. When discussing Blue Monday RFI Managing Director Mark Rybczynski said, “We know […]

SFI recognised as “Good” by Care Quality Commission

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In December 2019 Support for independence (SFI) were audited by the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The auditor reported that the company operation was “good” in each of the following key service areas; Safe Effective Caring Responsive Well-led In his report the auditor commented “Staff were kind and caring [the registered manager], had met their expectations […]