Our New Brand

Make every day amazing

The development of our new name and identity has been led by the people we support and our staff, as they are at the centre of everything we do.

We are passionate about quality and we specialise in supporting people to lead fulfilled lives.  Our new name represents our main focus, which is to bring out the amazing in people.

 

What our new name and logo means

Our new name and logo has 3 key messages. 

  • We are accomplish. Full stop. For us, accomplish is about quality and fulfilment. The word reflects our absolute focus on the people we support.

 

  • The ‘i’ in our logo represents every individual we support. Above the ‘i’, the star highlights that everyone we support are the stars of their own show.

 

  • People are at the centre of everything we do, so much so, their voices are part of our logo. Our star has been created using recordings of people we support saying the word accomplish. The recordings are plotted using voice recording software and the average points were selected to make our own unique star.

 

Our promise

We set the standard to bring out the amazing in people.  We bring out the amazing in people by living our values. They are not just words on a wall, they reflect who we are. 

 

News and events

Health Investor Awards 2018 – Recognising achievement in the business of healthcare

We are proud to be shortlisted as a finalist in the category ‘Specialist Care Provider of the...

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Autism Professional Awards Finalists Announced

The Star Centre at Lakeside, Bedford, have been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2018...

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Our Amazing New Brand

We are excited to announce that we have rebranded and our new name, as of...

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Professor Digby Tantam announced as guest speaker for Autism Conference 2018

accomplish is to host a complimentary conference on Autism and Self Awareness for World Autism...

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New Supported Living Service Opens in Oldham

We are pleased to announce the launch of our new Acquired Brain Injury (ABI) supported...

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