Learning Disabilities, Autism & Mental Health

Die-hard Liverpool fan Katie Bell has put her sporting allegiances to one side to take up a role at Everton in the Community! Katie is a key member of the team, who helps out at the club’s dementia support group.

Louise Lamkin is Vocational Support’s very own IT whiz, and has recently found her perfect placement at one of Community Integrated Care’s Extra Care Services, Bluebell Park.

Working in a care environment has come naturally to Louise, who also helps support her Grandparents at home.

Louise has bags of enthusiasm and drive in everything she does, whether it’s helping out with staff training or supporting the team with rotas and care plans, it’s done with a smile.

Lealholm Crescent supports older people with learning disabilities. In 2016, the team were named Finalists for the End of Life Care Award at the 3rd Sector Care Awards, nationally recognising their dedication and compassion.

Joe joined Vocational Support in 1997 and has enjoyed a variety of work opportunities. For the past 10 years he has been a valued employee at McDonald’s and the customers often comment on how friendly and helpful he is.

Tees Alive is an innovative service that supports people to gain new skills and experiences, growing their independence. See how they have achieved this with Middlesbrough FC…

Community Integrated Care’s Vocational Support service have supported many people to enjoy fantastic work experiences.

Our Registered Care Homes offer people great living environments and support that promotes active lives. This has certainly been the case for people at Glenwood Care Home in Widnes, who have enjoyed working closely with their heroes at Widnes Vikings in their home and in the community!

Through accessing Supported Living through Community Integrated Care, Jamie found a new confidence in life and a passion for running – even taking on the Adidas Half-Marathon at Silverstone!

A champion of people’s independence, a commitment to health and wellbeing, and a loveable personality that fills people with enthusiasm – just some of the reasons why Cortney Henry was shortlisted for the Care Home Worker Award at the Great British Care Awards.

Emma Oaks’ incredible first year in the care sector has been recognised with a nomination for the Care Newcomer Award at the Great British Care Awards.

Nineteen year old Emma joined Community Integrated Care as a support worker, wanting to find a career that would allow her to make a difference to people’s lives. She has more than achieved this goal, bringing to her role her effervescent personality and passion for life.

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