Throughout your career, we understand how important it is for you to feel fully supported and valued. As part of our recruitment process, you’ll have a dedicated People Champion on hand to offer you advice and guidance throughout your probationary period.
Right from the start, you’ll be encouraged to learn and develop in a way that is right for you. We have a dedicated in-house Employee Support team to help you with any personal, financial or work-related queries. We’ll show you how to use our secure online information centre to access and update your personal information.
You’ll be invited you to join Real Talk, our app-based communications channel containing news updates, guidance for best practice and forums for collaborative working.
20th-26th March marks Down Syndrome Awareness Week, a week where people come together to advocate for the rights, inclusion and wellbeing of people with Down Syndrome. This week, Real Life Options join organisations around the world in talking about, and raising awareness of Down Syndrome. To kick start the week we spoke to Julia, our Head of Operations (South England) whose…Read More
Real Life Options would like to invite the people we support and their support workers to complete the latest My Voice Survey. This survey focuses on questions about your home and your support. We believe that everyone should have a real choice and a real voice and this survey forms part of our ongoing commitment to person centred support. We…Read More
Much needed specialised supported living development officially launched for adults with disabilities in Swadlincote. Residents have been welcomed into a new specialised supported living development in Swadlincote, Derbyshire in an official opening ceremony. The development comprises eighteen apartments at the site on Coppice Side in Swadlincote that benefit from an array of technical solutions and large open spaces to enable…Read More
We are delighted to share the results of our latest My Voice survey How We Support People 2022. The survey revisits questions taken from a survey of the same name launched over 18 months ago, to see how the thoughts, feelings and experiences of the people we support, and their families and guardians had changed over time. It is the…Read More
We were delighted to recently speak to Jake from Scotland about his rewarding volunteering job, working in a local charity shop for an impressive three and a half years, and counting! At Real Life Options, we believe everyone should feel valued and have a sense of belonging within their community, so, when Jake and his support worker, Evelyn noticed the…Read More