At accomplish we promote an open and transparent culture and will always communicate any concern to the appropriate body such as Safeguarding, CQC, Care Inspectorate Wales and/or the Police. We focus on this commitment within our induction and we view every staff member as a custodian of our culture and expect them to play an active role in upholding our positive culture.

We encourage any person we support, staff member or external person who has concerns regarding care or service delivery to raise these with the Service Manager or a Senior Manager or Director. We are committed to addressing all concerns raised. We hope that by enabling any person to disclose any malpractice, that serious concerns can be addressed and acted upon promptly.

You can raise your concern by completing the online form below or by calling 0333 444 0075.

    Fields marked with * are required.

    I have read and understand the

    I would like to be kept up to date regarding Accomplish Group News and Events

    News and events

    Cornwall Supported Living – Thomas Buys His Own House

    Home ownership is a dream for many people, and for Thomas it had been a...

    Read more

    Christmas Generosity From Bryn Irfon

    Staff at a Welsh specialist residential home have donated their Christmas party and Secret Santa...

    Read more

    Wings Takes First Place in the Christmas Card Competition

    It was a fantastic competition this year! After receiving so many wonderful entries-each entry so...

    Read more

    Members of the Lakeside Team Become Positive Behaviour Support Mentors

    Members of a care team supporting people with learning difficulties, mental health needs and autism...

    Read more

    Cheshire-based Care Team Highly Commended at Prestigious Awards Ceremony

    The significant positive impact a Cheshire-based care team has had on a person’s life has...

    Read more

    South West Services Named as Finals in Great British Care Awards

    The work of teams supporting people with a learning disability, mental health difficulties, autism and...

    Read more