News

  • MacIntyre No Limits: Jahsiah’s Story

    7 December, 2016

    At MacIntyre, we believe that giving a young person the best start in life is essential. Although we never stop learning, delivering the right education, in the right way, at the right time, can make such a difference to a person’s life. Enter MacIntyre No Limits, which provides a bespoke educational package in partnership with…

  • Our biggest North Roadshow yet

    2 December, 2016

    What do you get if you combine a silent disco, karaoke, a zoo, Christmas tree decorating and a smoothie bike? The MacIntyre North Roadshow, of course! Returning once again to the Daresbury Hotel in Warrington this year, the North Roadshow was host to people from various services in MacIntyre. Featuring 40 zones representing the different…

  • Learning Disability England Supported Living Conference

    1 December, 2016

    Last week we attended the Learning Disability England (LDE) ‘Supported Living Conference – a service or a life?’ in Manchester. LDE is a new organisation that brings together three groups of people – people with learning disabilities; their families and friends; and the organisations and people who work with them. MacIntyre was one of the…

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Great Interactions Blog

  • So Simple… Yet so Great

    5 December, 2016

    One of the things that fascinated me when I was browsing through the MacIntyre website and reading articles and relevant information about the company prior to my job interview more than a year ago, were articles around Great Interactions and how the facilitation skills had radicalised the way staff engage and communicate with people they…

  • Being kind and considerate to others has huge rewards for everyone

    28 November, 2016

    I would like to share a wonderful few days I had recently! Let me start at the beginning… MacIntyre were approached by Aged Care Channel TV (ACCTV) in June to be their expert consultants in a learning programme they were making on Learning Disability. Aged Care Channel TV make educational films for care home staff…

  • The Family Tree

    21 November, 2016

    I have worked with Laura for about 5 months now. I have enjoyed getting to know Laura over this time. Laura’s timetable is a loose guideline as plans can cause Laura a lot of anxiety preparing for events. Laura is diabetic which can affect her mood on certain days too. On this day Laura was…

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