Smiles all round as Scarborough's Happy Futures receives national recognition

Scarborough domiciliary care provider, Happy Futures, has won national recognition from the National Autistic Society.

By Louise Perrin
Wednesday, 7th October 2020, 11:14 am
Updated Wednesday, 7th October 2020, 11:18 am

The company which supports people with learning disabilities, acquired brain injuries, autism, mental health and complex health needs in North Yorkshire, has been awarded Autism Accreditation in recognition of their outstanding autism practices.

Happy Futures offer personalised support, individualised communication methods, and activities and events both at the bespoke Happy Futures Skills Centre and in the community.

Chief Executive Officer, Angela Fletcher, said: “Everyone at Happy Futures is very proud to have achieved this accreditation.

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Happy Futures on Cayton Low Road

“It highlights our commitment for continuous development and the passion we have for the individuals we support, their needs and their dreams.”

Anja Cole from the National Autistic Society said: “Happy Futures should be exceptionally proud of their achievement.

“The National Autistic Society’s Autism Accreditation programme was launched over 25 years ago and sets extremely high standards, which Happy Futures has worked incredibly hard to meet.”

Lucy Fletcher, Happy Futures Business Support Manager said: “Happy Futures has been working towards this accreditation for the past three years and in that time we have collaboratively worked as a team to ensure that we are doing the best for the individuals we support.

The Happy Futures team proudly display their certificate

“At Happy Futures, we focus on everyone as individuals, which is why we create and tailor everything we do to their specific needs and preferences. They are at the very centre of everything we do.”

Happy Futures now plans to work towards advanced accreditation. They will start by launching a new family forum and a dedicated group for individuals with autism.

Further details can be found on the website at www.happyfutures.net

L-R Luzanne Fletcher, Angela Fletcher and Lucy Fletcher
Inside Happy Futures