How the people we support made their Steps Count
This June, the people we support at our Hartsbrook home in Ashtead made their steps count by taking part in a 100 metre sensory walk, organised by their support worker Joanne. This sort of activity is really important for the people who live at Hartsbrook, as Joanne explains:
“Remaining active and sociable means a lot to the people we support. For example, Laura has limited mobility so every day she attempts to walk to maintain her mobility and independence.”
Cheered on by close family and friends, Hartsbrook raised over £1,200 for SeeAbility, smashing their £800 target and truly making their steps count!
It wasn’t just about the incredible fundraising though...
“Bryony and Susie both love being sociable, so they were very excited to see their family and friends again after what has been a difficult year for many people.”
Whatever your challenge - be it a 100m sensory route like Hartsbrook, 10,000 steps every single day in October or a brisk dog walk with friends - you can make every step count for the people we support.