Organisational News

Community Integrated Care and The Saints Team up For Exciting Partnership
We're delighted to announce that our charity and St. Helen’s Rugby League Club – The Saints - have formed an exciting new partnership! Together, we're offering the people we support with learning disabilities the opportunity to take part in health and wellbeing activities, as well as special match d...
Chemics Café is a huge success
Past and present stars of Widnes Vikings came together to support people living at our care homes, and the local community, who live with dementia at the Chemics Cafe. The Cafe is a unique free monthly event that is delivered in partnership with the Rugby League Club.February's session saw former Wi...
Community Integrated Care Shortlisted for Six National Communications Awards
We're delighted to announce that our charity has been nominated for six top accolades at the Chartered Institute of PR (CIPR) #insidestory Awards.This success recognises the efforts of our charity to deliver innovative approaches to communications and improve engagement with our 6000-strong workforc...
James Rule - Widnes Vikings - Praise for Charity
James Rule, Widnes Vikings CEO, praises partnership
James Rule, Chief Executive of Widnes Vikings, praised Community Integrated Care’s staff and the people we support in a special message celebrating the first year of our partnership with the rugby league club. Community Integrated Care has developed possibly the most ambitious partnership between a...
The Peele Gets Crafty for Christmas
Residents at Wythenshaw-based care home, The Peele, enjoyed a festive morning of arts, crafts and carols with pupils from Crossacres Primary Academy. In the lead up to Christmas, 20 Year 4 pupils from Crossacres Primary Academy spent the morning making festive cards and gifts with people supported a...
Community Integrated Care supports pioneering dementia artistic research
Community Integrated Care is supporting pioneering artistic research that explores the impact that touch can have in promoting stimulation and emotional connection in dementia care, working with the leading arts collective, Invisible Flock.We provide specialist support to almost 1000 people who have...
You First Winter Edition
Welcome to our winter edition of You First, the magazine for supporters of Community Integrated Care! This festive edition has lots of great updates from our staff and the people we support. Meet our World War II hero Stan Pennington, find out how EachStep Blackley organised a very special surprise...
Tees Alive Christmas Show is Sell-Out Success
A Billingham day service that supports adults with learning disabilities, hosted a nineties themed Christmas production which was a huge hit with the local community.On Thursday 15th December, people supported and staff members at Tees Alive performed their new production, That 90s Show, to a full h...
School Close, our state-of-the-art care service, officially opens
On Thursday 8th December, our award-winning charity officially opened School Close, a state-of-the-art care service for adults with learning disabilities. School Close is a brand new specialist care service in the heart of Kirkcudbright that offers tenants a homely and accessible living environment....
A Sweet Treat In Store For Thorney Croft
Community not-for-profit charity, Apex Stranraer, build a traditional sweet cart for our older people’s care Home, Thorney Croft. A team of eight kindly donated their time and skills as part of a community volunteering project.Staff at the Thorney Croft wanted to create a nostalgic sweet cart for re...

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