Mark Adams, CEO of Community Integrated Care, says:
“The social care sector provides an incredible service to society, with hundreds of thousands of people who have an absolute vocation for care, changing the lives of countless individuals every single day. However, last night’s BBC Panorama documentary highlighted in stark terms the worrying reality of what can happen when poor cultures breed, outdated models of care persist and the moral responsibility of those delivering care fails to be upheld.
The ground-breaking Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League is set to launch at the Dacia Magic Weekend, at Anfield Stadium, Liverpool (25th and 26th May).
Super League and the Rugby Football League have partnered with the national social care charity Community Integrated Care to create a pioneering inclusive sports programme for people with learning disabilities and autism. Gaining significant national attention since its announcement in February, and engaging hundreds of people in the sport, this world-first programme is a growing success.
Community Integrated Care receive a grant to get the people they support into paid employment, all while helping the Liverpool City Region become a cleaner, greener place.
Warrington Wolves hooker Danny Walker led the last training session for rugby players with learning disabilities in preparation of the laun ch of the Community Integrated Care Learning Disability Super League, taking place this weekend.
Rugby League star, Danny Richardson, visited our charity last week to meet with our colleagues and the people we support. Danny visited The Watch Factory, one of our assisted living facilities located in Prescot, Knowsley.
Community Integrated Care's Charlotte Grange Care Home in Flaxton Street, Hartlepool, held an Open Afternoon on Friday 10th May to celebrate the completion of refurbishment work in the home following a capital grant from the local council.
Last night, we celebrated the ‘We Dare’ Awards, honouring the very best of our charity and the incredible people, projects and partnerships that make Community Integrated Care special.
A portrait of a support worker who works for Community Integrated Care is being used in a national campaign to inspire more people to consider a career in adult social care.
Wakefield Trinity and their charitable Foundation have teamed up with Community Integrated Care to create a host of initiatives that will improve the health, happiness and social inclusion of people with learning disabilities and autism. To launch this important programme, people supported by the charity will help welcome both teams onto the field and take part in a lap of honour at Mobile Rocket Stadium this evening.
Community Integrated Care’s Internal Communications Team has won three top accolades and was shortlisted for a further three awards at last week’s Institute of Internal Communications Awards.