Robin’s View and Falcon Mews Launch Newsletter!
11 Oct 2019
Robin’s View and Falcon Mews have launched a fantastic newsletter which is written by the individuals and support workers who are based at the service in Birmingham. Edited by ZeZe Jones, with contributions from Michael Strachan and Emma Thompson, Service-User representatives from Falcon and Robin’s, the newsletter is called BIrd’s Nest. The editorial team have packed this first edited with news and achievements from the two services, recipes and jokes. In the first edition, editor ZeZe Jones shared some of the amazing and awe-inspiring work she is doing for mental health advocacy in the local area. We share some of their great stories.
News from the Bird’s Nest:
It’s all going on at Falcon and Robin’s this month, with loads to be proud of! Here are some of the key achievements recognised in the newsletter:
Hard at work:
Adrian continues to find his shift at Precious Homes L’Uccello café beneficial and says that going out socially with another service user has been good for him. Good job Adrian!
James continues to work hard in his employment at the premier inn.
Jackson has been volunteering as a farmhand at Martineau Gardens
Katie only moved in 3 weeks ago and is already volunteering at a charity shop! Well done to everyone for all of your hard work!
Out and about:
Emma had an epic day at Symphony Hall, Birmingham when she took part in the Got2Sing show on the 18th August. The performance was a result of 8 months of weekly rehearsals and Emma sang her heart out!
Gerald went out into the community to go to Marino’s Café for a full English breakfast for an hour.
Michael has tried different activities such as Crazy Golf and bowling.
Biddy has been accessing the community 1:1.
Barbara has been walking up and down the high street instead of going in her wheel-chair.