Over 120 people with the rare genetic condition from Scotland and the North of England attended the party on 29th November at the Inchyra Grange Hotel in Polmont, near Falkirk.
Organising the festive bash was Clare House, Service Manager, Chris Alison, he says: “We have been running the party for a number of years and it’s nice to meet up with old friends and make some new ones. This year we learned some circus skills, met Santa, enjoyed a meal and had a great time!”
Clare House is a service to provide support and accommodation for individuals with the rare genetic condition Prader Willi Syndrome (PWS) and forms part of Gretton Homes’ specialist services offered by Consensus.
Consensus is a family-owned service provider that supports over 500 individuals in over 90 services across England, Wales and Scotland, where every individual will embark on their own journey towards greater independence. Founded in 2005 by Paul and Helena Jeffery, of the renowned Caring Homes Group, Consensus was established to provide specialist support to adults with learning disabilities and complex needs.