b'Annual Report 2021/22Care & Development:Great Britain & Isle Of ManPraxis Cares offer across Great Britain and the Isle of Man continues to strengthen and grow as we creatively work to enable more meaningful choice and opportunity to people across our jurisdictions.Our approach through all of ourThe team across our GB and IOM services development and growth activity iscontinues to live our organisations values person-centred, bespoke and co- in all that they dorecognition for this produced. The emphasis of our servicecame with nominations across our offer remains community focused forinternal award categories and four award people with learning disabilities, autismwins, the teams and services punching spectrum conditions and mental illwell above their organisational weight in health with the most challenging ofsecuring these. Innovation, leadership, lived experiences. co-production, quality and compassion We have launched new services inwere very rightly called out across these Douglas and Ramsey on the Isle ofnominations and wins. Man, in Greater Manchester and in theBuilding on our strengths and learning East Midlands. We have secured all ofthrough 2022, we are now looking to and our service retenders and extended ourplanning for the year ahead. We will commissioning framework reach andcontinue to develop our bespoke service our service offer across integrated careoffers, to innovate, to invest in our people pathways. All of our service settingsand our places, to be valued in our have seen an increase in their use andcommunities and by those we work in the quality and sustainability of thealongside and to make a meaningful outcomes co-produced with the peopledifference in all that we do.we work alongside. We are deliveringFinally, a thank you to every person we on our mission: Empowering lives thatwork alongside and to every person are valued, meaningful and inclusive,across our service teamsyou are regardless of the complexity of need,Praxis! every day.Richard BroughtonDirector of Care and Development 32 Great Britain and Isle of Man'