The stars of the Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League will be back in action this Saturday, at a special festival hosted by Wakefield Trinity.
Crigglestone All Blacks, Wakefield, WF4 3HN (1pm -3pm)
With Castleford Tigers, St Helens, Hull KR, Leeds Rhinos, Wakefield Trinity, Warrington Wolves, Wigan Warriors and York City Knights all featuring, the stage is set for another inspiring showcase of inclusive rugby league.
EachStep Blackley, our specialist dementia service in North Manchester, has been awarded with a ‘Good’ rating in all areas from the Care Quality Commission (CQC). The home supports up to 55 people living with dementia.
Warrington Wolves and Widnes Vikings Learning Disability teams took centre stage at the Halliwell Jones Stadium on Friday (12th July 2019), after having the chance to take to the pitch before and at half-time during the Salford Super League game.
Community Integrated Care has been shortlisted for four top accolades at the North West Charity Awards, with the prestigious event taking place in September in Manchester.
Community Integrated Care was delighted to take part in the UK’s biggest disability awareness day this weekend, taking place within the grounds of Walton Hall Gardens in Warrington.
St Stephens Care Home in Sandbach, Cheshire, part of national social care charity Community Integrated Care, was delighted to welcome Mayor of Sandbach, Cllr Mike Muldoon to the home as part of Care Home Open Day.
Care Home Open Day, now in its 7th year, is a national event which encourages care homes to open their doors to celebrate different themes each year, with a few key values at its heart: friendship, making connections and celebrating older and vulnerable people.
Charlotte Grange Care Home in Hartlepool, part of national social care charity Community Integrated Care, was delighted to welcome Mayor of Hartlepool, Cllr Brenda Loynes and her husband Den to the home as part of Care Home Open Day.
This weekend saw Warrington Wolves host a special rugby league festival for people with learning disabilities. The event was part of the groundbreaking sports inclusion programme, the Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League.
The success of the Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League was showcased at Parliament, at ‘Sport You Can’ - a special event marking National Learning Disability Week.
Community Integrated Care’s CEO, Mark Adams, and lead members of the team that have developed this life-changing programme, presented at the House of Commons event on Thursday 20th June, alongside Super League CEO, Robert Elstone.
Jon Ashworth, Labour MP and Shadow Secretary of State for Health and Social Care, visited one our learning disability services this week, Gilmorton Flats, celebrating National Learning Disability Week with his constituents.