On Friday 27th March, Community Integrated Care’s Chief Executive Officer Mark Adams was featured on BBC News stating the importance of social care in society, which has been heightened by the current Covid-19 pandemic.
A local Gin distillery in Strathaven has donated 40 gin-sized bottles of hand sanitizer to local care provider, Community Integrated Care.
Colleagues from the charitable foundations of Liverpool Football Club and Widnes Vikings rugby league joined forces to support Community Integrated Care to distribute PPE equipment to their services across the Liverpool City Region.
Community Integrated Care has announced an Emergency Pay Response for all frontline colleagues to give them the financial support they need during the Coronavirus crisis.
Since the start of the outbreak, the charity has introduced a range of comprehensive and proactive measures to help delay the spread of the virus and protect its colleagues and the people it supports.
Community Integrated Care is proud to support the ‘Clap for our Carers’ campaign taking place this evening, Thursday 26th March, at 8pm.
In order to demonstrate public appreciation for everything care workers and those working in the NHS are doing throughout the Coronavirus outbreak, a nationwide round of applause has been organised in their honour.
One of Britain’s most successful social care charities, Community Integrated Care, has launched a new recruitment initiative to support people in their communities who have lost their jobs in response to the Coronavirus outbreak.
The charity is offering flexible and rewarding work opportunities with prompt start dates across England and Scotland. Prior experience of working in care isn’t necessary with the care provider giving new colleagues all the support they need to be a success.
As a large care provider and employer, the safety of the people we support and our colleagues is of paramount importance. During these unprecedented times, Community Integrated Care is doing everything we can to play our part in helping to delay and contain the spread of the virus and keep people safe.
Protecting the people we support and our colleagues
One of Britain’s biggest and most successful social care charities, Community Integrated Care, has been awarded the prestigious ‘Charity of the Year’ accolade at this year’s Charity Times Awards. This honour recognises its implementation of a groundbreaking strategy, which sees it invest to create a greater social impact, meet gaps in community provision, and champion the care sector in an era of austerity.
Community Integrated Care is proud to announce the appointment of John Hughes as its new Director of Partnerships and Communities.