MacIntyre are a national charity providing support to
people with learning disabilities for 50 years
We have a number of great opportunities to join our teams across the country supporting adults with learning disabilities. Check out our latest Recruitment Events.
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Celebrating what MacIntyre has achieved since it began way back in 1966, MacIntyre Memories is an interactive web-based history of MacIntyre over the last 50 years.
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21 October, 2016
Eight members of staff at MacIntyre School Wingrave have been recognised for demonstrating outstanding practice in the Staff Excellence Awards today held at the school. Each winner was nominated for various reasons, including giving constant support and commitment and always going ‘above and beyond’, but above all, each person has made a real difference to…
21 October, 2016
As part of the MacIntyre Dementia Project, we are fortunate to be working alongside Beth Britton, a leading freelance campaigner, consultant, writer and blogger who specialises in dementia and is a key partner in the project. Beth has been working with the Dementia Special Interest Group (DSIG) and will advise us on the tools and…
19 October, 2016
Last week, numerous organisations and public figures came together to support Hate Crime Awareness Week and show their commitment to stopping hate. It was the perfect opportunity for the MacIntyre i4t (Inspired 4 Training) group in Chesterfield to find out more about Hate Crime and what it can involve. Carole Hodgson, Training and Development Officer…
17 October, 2016
At the beginning of January 2016 staff at Walmersley Rd in Bury were working with Joe, who we support, to find new activities that he might enjoy. Joe had always enjoyed ‘Bikes for all’ but this was in the local park and was seasonal and very dependent on the great British weather. Staff looked for…
10 October, 2016
As a staff team we have supported Janice for many years. She communicates by making sounds. Janice likes watching TV and listening to music. She enjoys going out and watching other people. Janice has Down’s syndrome which means she may have an early onset of dementia at some point in her life. Over the last…
3 October, 2016
I work as a relief Learning Support Worker with Milton Keynes Lifelong Learning. For the last two years I have worked one day a week supporting an environmental group called the Green Genies. The group carries out conservation work in the local community. This includes clearing sites for the benefit of wildlife, giving help when…