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25 Apr 2018

Apologies, but our head office will be closed today from 9.30am to 12noon for staff training in customer service and GDPR.

Please leave us a message or send an e-mail and we will get back to you as soon as possible.

Thank you for your understanding.

4 Apr 2018

Time flies here at Solo HQ - we are now 7!!

What better way to celebrate a birthday than with cake (We probably mentioned before that Solo love an excuse to eat cake!)

This week also marks 6 years service for Helen Brown, Business Manager and also Emily Dennett, Operations Manager.

We spoke to Helen just before the team cut the cake: "We've come along way since I joined the company in 2012, the business has grown beyond anyones expectations. Importantly though, the company vision and values remain the same with our clients being at the heart of everything we do. We have a great team here in Solo HQ and we enjoy celebrating these milestones to show them that they are valued too."

Happy birthday Solo! 

28 Mar 2018

We are really proud to announce that our employee Keith Greatorex has won a pretigious award at the Nottingham Evening Post, Carer of the Year Awards.

The event celebrated people who go above and beyond to help others in their families and the wider local community. Mr greatorex cares for his wife who has a degenerative brain condition. he was nominated by his granddaughter Hannah.

Congratulations to all the winners at the event. You are all heroes!

Read more about the event and the winners here.

 

26 Mar 2018

This week is National Epilepsy Week. Epilepsy is a condition that affects the brain. Activity happens in our brain all the time, between the tiny brain cells which send messages to each other. These messages control our thoughts, movements, senses and body functions. A seizure happens when there is a sudden, intesnse burst of activity in the brain which causes the messages between cells to get mixed up This causes an epileptic seizures which can be very distressing and debilitating for the individual.

Epilepsy is one of the most common neurological conditions in the work, affecting around 600,000 eople in the UK alone. This means that almost 1 in 100 people un the UK have epilepsy and 87 people are diagnosed with every day.

There are lots of organisations offering support to people living with the condition, as well offering support for their family members. If you'd like support or to find our more about these organisation, please see the links below:

www.epilepsy.org.uk

www.youngepilepsy.org.uk

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