Organisational News

Sharon Allen, CEO of Skills for Care, visits our services
Community Integrated Care was delighted to welcome Sharon Allen, CEO of Skills for Care, to see some of our community engagement efforts in North West England. Skills for Care are one of the most influential organisations in the social care sector, setting and sharing best practice in care across E...
Community Integrated Care - National Dementia Care Awards
Community Integrated Care shortlisted for five National Dementia Care Awards
Community Integrated Care is proud to have been shortlisted in an incredible five categories at the National Dementia Care Awards, recognising some of the brilliant people who support our charity and our specialist services. This event is hosted by the Journal of Dementia Care and Caring Times. Now...
Community Integrated Care shortlisted for two National Care Awards
Community Integrated Care is thrilled to be shortlisted in two categories at the National Care Awards. Two of our most inspiring colleagues, Phil Benson and Andy Hood, are up for top awards in recognition of their amazing work supporting people who have learning disabilities or live with dementia....
St Luke's Care Home, Runcorn, Shortlisted for HSJ Award
Community Integrated Care is proud to be shortlisted at the 2016 Health Service Journal Awards, alongside our partners at NHS Halton CCG and Halton Borough Council. Our partnership is featured in the Service Redesign category, recognising our achievements in transforming St Luke's Care Home in Runco...
Rugby league legend surprises care homes to present match tickets
Former Widnes Vikings and St Helens rugby league star, John Stankevitch, surprised people supported at two of our care homes this week, inviting them to an upcoming St Helens vs Widnes Vikings Legends charity match. John, who played for both Saints and Widnes, made a surprise visit to Glenwood Care...
State-of-the-art apartment complex opens in Kirkcudbright
A new state-of-the-art apartment complex for adults with learning and physical disabilities welcomed its first tenants last week.School Close is our brand new specialist care service in the heart of Kirkcudbright that will offer tenants a life-enhancing living environment, which promotes a more inde...
Hep-tathlon... a unique sports festival with Widnes Vikings!
Widnes Vikings star player Hep Cahill will be hosting a unique sports festival for the people we support with learning disabilities on Saturday 1st October. The event, which is inspired by the spirit of the Paralympics, will see the people we support raise money for a special community project that...
EachStep Blackley to receive thousands of pounds after fundraising sky dive
EachStep Blackley, our specialist dementia care home in North Manchester, will be receiving thousands of pounds after two daredevils plunged 11,500ft from the sky to help raise money for a new special cinema room in the home.Leahanne Sharkey, a Support Worker at EachStep Blackley, and Liam Stephens,...
Thorney Croft raise £900 after eight mile fundraising walk
Thorney Croft, our specialist dementia service in Stranraer, took on an eight mile walk from their home to Portpatrick to raise money for the people we support.Six members of staff took in the scenic views of Dumfries and Galloway, and raised £900 for the people we support. The group enjoyed a leisu...
Mansefield House Is On The Move!
An exciting week lies ahead for the people we support at Mansefield House in Kirkcudbright, as they finally move into their brand new purpose-built apartment complex, School Close. And they’ll be sharing every step of the way with us!Mansefield is one of our oldest and much-loved registered care ser...

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