Mitchell delighted with success of first AllCare Community Support prom

Published by Rhys Taylor-Brown on August 7th 2022, 11:11am

AllCare Community Support [ACS] CEO and founder Stacey Mitchell has shared her delight following the resounding success of the organisation’s first-ever prom night.

As well as being an evening to remember for all associated with ACS, the successful night represents the latest major milestone for the Norfolk-based organisation that has embarked on a journey of exponential growth in the eight years since its establishment.

While on maternity leave from her regular job in 2014, Mitchell (pictured, left) was overcome with a sense of empowerment to do right by her local community and make the best use of her free time to give back to the local area.

Mitchell built ACS on the mantra that “if there is a need to be met, then I will always strive to achieve it.” Her will and drive to deliver the very best in service and ensure that no need is too great has given rise to ACS’ birth and ensuing development into a key local organisation that specialises in autism and challenging behaviours, providing provides day support, respite and individual residential flat services to those displaying behaviour of concern.

It has not always been a straightforward journey either. Mitchell has led the organisation through multiple milestones, taking ACS to the heart of Cromer in November 2015 following its establishment in neighbouring Norwich, and expanding its premises over the years to bolster its offering. The company is fully CQC registered and the prom served as a fitting tribute to the journey undertaken by the ACS family – consisting of both service providers and users -, its growth and its success over the last few years.

Looking back on the prom, Mitchell said: “(It) was was one of the best and most successful evenings ACS has ever had! We had our first Prom!

“Our ACS family has grown so much, I’m very proud of all the achievements everyone has done. A massive thank you must go to all the staff that made the evening so special. You are an incredible team and I’m very lucky to have each and every one of you!”

With eight successful years behind it, the future looks bright and certain to bring greater positives for ACS.

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August 7th 2022, 11:11am

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