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Volunteer work instils confidence

Goldcrest House and Dove House Hospice shop in Goole are working together to help adults with autism get one step closer to an independent...

Goldcrest House Raise Funds for Local Charity

Celebrating a full year of fundraising Goldcrest House present the final count of funds of £352.20 to the Goole based charity the Waterways Museum...

Knitting workshop in Goole keeps the cold away

Goldcrest House is helping to keep the homeless of Goole wrapped up and warm this winter with a donation of handmade hats and scarves...

Volunteer project brings great results for Chris!

Celebrating a very special rite of passage is the Goole gardening service charity, The Green Team, as it awards an official charity T-shirt to...

Volunteering helps Goole charity shop meet targets

 Providing person centred care and support is Goldcrest House and the Goole based charity Cancer Research as they partner to help service user Dawn...

Course graduation is an employment skills success

Celebrating a proud day is Goldcrest House as four service users successfully complete a year-long City & Guilds course in Employment Skills.   The course...

Service users to make woolly hats for the needy and homeless of Goole

Service users at Goldcrest House are getting their knitting needles out and casting on to make woolly hats for the needy and homeless of...

A talent for knitting helps Scunthorpe babies

Specialist care home Goldcrest House residents visit the Neonatal intensive care unit at Scunthorpe Hospital to present a very special gift of hand knitted hats...

New recruit for Goole specialist care home

Harry Finnerty from Doncaster joins the Goldcrest House care team as a residential support worker to support individuals with autism and learning difficulties.   Having previous...

Goole care service users embrace volunteering

Goldcrest House service users embrace volunteering at the gardening services charity, The Green Team, to maintain the gardens of the elderly and disabled in...

Goldcrest House promotes good health and wellbeing with appointment of clinical residential support worker

Goldcrest House promotes good health and psychological wellbeing with the ground-breaking appointment of a clinical and residential support worker, Danielle Ripley.   Danielle’s honours degree in...

Permanent employment success

Goldcrest House are celebrating a joyous moment, the job offer and subsequent employment success of service user Dawn Field as kitchen support in the...

New appointment mentors Autism in the kitchen

Newly appointed house cook, Dan Penistone from Goole, is cooking up gourmet fair in the Goldcrest Kitchen as his skills support service users learn...

Surprise inspection brings the ‘Good’ out of Goldcrest House

The Goole based autism specialist care home celebrates a ‘Good’ rating from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) after an unannounced inspection.   During a very long...

Growth experience for Autism

Goldcrest House service users embrace a growth experience during their work on an allotment project designed for local food production.   Promoting an understanding of growing...

Spring time activities at Goldcrest House

Spring is in the air at Goldcrest House in Goole, as service users tap into their creative side whilst getting hands-on with nature.   During this...

Getting to grips with pounds and pence

  Service users at Goldcrest House get to grips with money matters during a managing money and budgeting skills lesson.   Paying bills, keeping to budgets and...

Arts and crafts sessions are a great way for service users to express themselves

Getting creative at Goldcrest House marks the transition into winter as service users roll-up their sleeves and demonstrate their creative skills during an arts...

Supported Living Success for Autism Care Company

A happy moment and a milestone for Goldcrest House as they hand over the keys to, service user, Andrew Hughes very first home.   The first...

Cooking up something sweet is good for learning

Not letting autism hold him back, lemon meringues and coconut tarts are the first step for Mark Cullis as he embarks on securing a...

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