Manchester City star İlkay Gündoğan enjoyed a 30th birthday weekend with a difference, as he celebrated his big day with people supported by Community Integrated Care.
On Tuesday 6th October, Community Integrated Care’s CEO, Mark Adams was invited for a second time to give evidence to the All Parliamentary Group on Coronavirus to discuss Test & Trace.
World Mental Health Day takes place today, on Saturday 10th October, and Community Integrated Care will be marking the day by reminding colleagues of the wide range of wellbeing resources available to them.
This year’s World Mental Health Day is being classed as the most important one yet, with the past few months of the Coronavirus pandemic having a huge impact on everyone’s own mental wellbeing.
People supported by Community Integrated Care, one of the UK’s biggest and most successful social care charities, have been full of song throughout lockdown, thanks to a unique partnership with Singa karaoke.
A unique free training program has been launched to help people who access social care to enjoy table tennis.
Two Leeds locals, who have support needs, have become international models with the Rugby League World Cup 2021 (RLWC2021).
A new 33-home development designed specifically to suit the needs of residents with autism, learning disabilities, physical disabilities and older people is set to welcome the first people supported by the service through its doors.
Betfred Super League is paying tribute to key workers at the social care charity Community Integrated Care by prominently featuring its logo in the stands at its behind-closed-doors games.
Socially-distancing members of a learning disability support service in Stockton-on-Tees, have been entertaining themselves at home with art sessions and online discos, thanks to a generous donation from the global technology leader, Xiaomi.
Tees Alive, a specialist day service delivered by the social care charity, Community Integrated Care, offers people who have learning disabilities the opportunity to enjoy fun activities and develop valuable life skills, including swimming, sport and cookery sessions.
Rugby League World Cup 2021’s (RLWC2021) pledge to put social impact at the heart of the tournament was further underlined today by the announcement of a ground-breaking ‘Innovation Academy’ to benefit communities in the game’s heartlands.