Community Integrated Care is proud to announce the appointment of Candice York as Managing Director for the Central Region.
The Learning Disability Super League (LDSL) is ready to hit the ground running in Rugby League’s World Cup year, in partnership with our charity who is the official Social Care partner of the event.
The Bayern Munich and former Manchester City star Leroy Sane has made a special seasonal donation to our Chairty. Helping people who access our charity’s care and support services in Greater Manchester this Christmas and into 2021, the Germany international is making a real difference to people at risk of loneliness, isolation and entering personal crisis.
In collaboration with the Rugby League World Cup 2021, we are delighted to announce Yousef Ahmed and Kian Muse as the winners of the official RLWC2021 Christmas card competition.
The inclusive arts project was open to those with care or support needs, with the winning design being chosen from a raft of fantastic entries.
Manchester City star İlkay Gündoğan hosted a special Christmas virtual visit for people supported by Community Integrated Care. Making dreams come true for fans who have care and support needs, he brought some much-needed seasonal joy at the end of a challenging 2020 for the care sector.
Today, 29 people supported by our charity were among the first in the world to receive the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine in a care home.
As the vaccination programme begun in Scotland on Monday, Carlingwark House based in Dumfries, is now one of only a few care homes in the country to be vaccinated so far, with 35 colleagues also receiving their jabs on the same day.
In an historic moment for Community Integrated Care, this week five colleagues from our charity were amongst the first people in the world to receive the Pfizer Covid-19 vaccine.
As vaccinations started rolling out across the county on Tuesday, the team at Winsford Grange Care Home attended the local Countess of Chester Hospital, becoming one of just a few thousand people to have had the highly-anticipated jab so far.
- In partnership with Official Social Care Partner Community Integrated Care, RLWC2021’s inclusive volunteer programme will offer training and volunteering opportunities to people who have care and support needs.
- Learning Disability Super League player Oliver Thomason named as RLWC2021’s Official Inclusion Ambassador and also secures role with Community Integrated Care.
The Rugby League Council has recognised the role played in the Covid-19 pandemic by Community Integrated Care, the sport’s national social care partner, as its chief executive Mark Adams received the RFL President’s Award from Clare Balding OBE.
Community Integrated Care is proud to have been shortlisted for 22 Great British Care Awards at this year’s regional finals. A whole host of the charity’s people, teams, partnerships and projects have all been recognised across five different events.