Congratulations to the team at Bentinck Crescent in Northumberland, who have been rated as ‘Good’ in all areas of their latest CQC Inspection.
The service, which is home to seven people with learning disabilities, was praised in particular for its happy, relaxed and pleasant atmosphere. The report also commended the staff team for supporting people to follow their interests and hobbies, as well as pursuing new activities.
Congratulations to the team at Whitby Drive in Tyne & Wear, who have been rated as ‘Good’ in all areas of their latest Care Quality Commission (CQC) Inspection.
The service, which is home to five people with learning disabilities, has been praised for its caring and dedicated staff team, and the homely atmosphere and environment created at the service.
Community Integrated Care is delighted to be working in partnership with the employment organisation for disabled people, Remploy, supporting the delivery of courses for people interested in working in health and social care.
Community Integrated Care is delighted to welcome David Hedley to our Executive Team as Company Secretary and Legal Counsel.
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.
OUR POLICIES ON SLAVERY AND HUMAN TRAFFICKING
The Trustees and Senior Management of Community Integrated Care are committed to ensuring that there is no modern slavery or human trafficking in our supply chains or in any part of our business.
The people we support at EachStep Blackley, our specialist dementia care home in Manchester, took to the catwalk as they hosted their very own fashion show.
Archie Potts is a truly remarkable gentleman, and dedicated volunteer at Charnwood Lodge Dementia Care Home in Dumfries & Galloway.
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.