The national social care charity Community Integrated Care has played a key role in a BBC Panorama special documentary exploring the impact of Coronavirus on the social care sector. ‘The Forgotten Frontline’ will be broadcast on BBC1 on Thursday 30th July at 9pm.
Community Integrated Care’s Charlotte Grange Care Home, located in Hartlepool, last week celebrated an extra-special 100th birthday! The dedicated team pulled out all the stops ensuring that their centenarian resident, Rose Caffery, had a birthday to remember.
Rugby League legend Paul Sculthorpe, Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021) and Rhino Rugby League teamed up to bring a special surprise to people supported by the charity Community Integrated Care in St Helens, marking National Learning Disability Week.
Social care charity Community Integrated Care has paid thanks to horticultural trade body, British Apples and Pears, and Portsmouth FC’s charity, Pompey in the Community, after the organisations came together to facilitate a donation of 5000 fresh apples to social care workers and people supported by the charity.
Our CEO, Mark Adams, has released this statement on behalf of our Executive Team and Board of Trustees.
“In recent weeks, millions of people around the world have taken a stand to debate, reflect and act upon the toxic issue of racism and prejudice in society.
The Black Lives Matter movement and civil rights campaigns have brought into clear focus the need for us all to challenge ourselves, and each other, to create a society that is fair and equal to all.
Community Integrated Care’s CEO, Mark Adams, was last week invited to be interviewed live on BBC Radio Merseyside, discussing the government’s handling of Coronavirus in the care sector.
A Community Integrated Care care home manager from Castle Douglas has recently raised over £3,000 for the charity, as part of the #CareWithHair challenge.
On Sunday 24th May, Community Integrated Care’s Chief Executive Officer Mark Adams wrote a piece which featured in The Sunday People, you can read the full write up below.
It’s hard to describe how surreal it is to be at the heart of a crisis and then turn on your TV to hear the assuring voices of government present a utopian picture to the nation.
Community Integrated Care has recently been supported by a team of volunteers and staff members from Middlesbrough FC Foundation, who helped to deliver hundreds of treat boxes to the charity’s key worker colleagues across the North East.
Even in lockdown, the team at Community Integrated Care’s EachStep Blackburn Care Home were determined to celebrate in style the birthday of their first centenarian resident, Iolanda Cottrell.