65 Stories of Rose Road

The year 2017 marks 65 years since the Rose Road Association was created by a small group of parents wanting to run activities for their disabled children.

Over the last 65 years we have touched many lives and continue to make a positive difference to young disabled people and their families. To celebrate all the people that make Road Road great we asked 65 of them to tell us their stories.

Thursday 21st September 2017
My name is Marie and I work as a support worker in the respite unit, Oaks and Acorns. I have the best job in the world, with lots of fun and laughter. What a way to keep busy!..
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Thursday 31st August 2017
My name is Sadia and I work as a support worker in our respite unit. Working at Rose Road has improved my life in many different ways. From understanding how disabilities affect different individuals to providing them care that suits their needs. It makes me more confident in the job that I do...
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Thursday 24th August 2017
My name is Jan and I have been involved with Rose Road since the fundraising appeal to build the Bradbury Centre...
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Thursday 17th August 2017
I’m Angi and my daughter Hannah has been coming to Rose Road for Play PM for the last 4 years. ..
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Thursday 10th August 2017
My name is Tim and along with being on the board of Trustees at Rose Road, I am also a parent to Isabel who has been coming to Rose Road since 2010, attending after-school clubs, holiday clubs and respite stays...
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Thursday 3rd August 2017
My name is Debbie and I work as a support worker in Outreach and in our activities schemes. ..
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Thursday 27th July 2017
My name is Michelle and my three children have autism plus a number of other conditions which means that getting out of the house is difficult for them. They find it hard to cope with the sensory and social demands of after school clubs and typical children's activities. Mainstream activities for children are often noisy or involve a lot of social skills or competitive sports. Rose Road provides an understanding of their individual needs which enables my children to flourish at their own pace. ..
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Thursday 20th July 2017
My name is Eleanor and I work as a support worker in our overnight respite unit, Oaks and Acorns. ..
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Thursday 13th July 2017
My name is Tracey and I'm mum to Zack who is 11 and has Down Syndrome along with learning disabilities. Zack has been coming to Rose Road for around 4 years...
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Thursday 6th July 2017
My name is Carol Dixon and I am Director of Family Services at Rose Road. I am also parent..
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Thursday 29th June 2017
Peter is a regular user of our overnight respite services. Peter wanted to tell us in his own words how he feels about Rose Road so dictated his story to his support worker.
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Thursday 22nd June 2017
We are Neil & Sarah, parents of twin girls called Bethany & Sasa. The girls are now 11 years old, Sasa has been coming to Rose Road for 3 years, Bethany for the last year...
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Wednesday 14th June 2017
My name is Diana and I am currently a Trustee at Rose Road. I used to work as Head of Therapy in Rosewood School working closely with the Association, and after my retirement in 2010, I was asked to join the Trustee board...
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Thursday 8th June 2017
My name is Silvie and my son Tom has autism. Tom has been having respite at Rose Road since 2006, when he was just 8 years old...
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Thursday 1st June 2017
I’m Sue Burton and I worked for Rose Road for 20 years. In 1995 I became a support worker for a pilot scheme giving experiences and opportunities to teenagers with disabilities...
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The Rose Road Association

Bradbury Centre
300 Aldermoor Road
Southampton
SO16 5NA

Tel: (023) 8072 1234
Fax: (023) 8051 3473

Registered Charity Number 276172

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