MacIntyre is a national charity supporting children,
young people and adults who have a learning
disability or autism to live their life their way
We offer a range of specialist registered care, supported living services and lifelong learning services. Take a look at our current registered care vacancies here.
Join us for our first ever nationwide event by holding a MacIntyre Tea Party for us. There are a number of ways to get involved - from a workplace event to simply buying a cup of tea from us. Find out more...
We are looking for people who can make a positive impact on the lives of others; attending to the small and personal details that really matter, each day every day.
Contact for further information on any of our services, how you can get involved, work for us or make an enquiry.
MacIntyre has amazing supporters! Team MacIntyre have completed their training and are all ready for the Virgin London Marathon this Sunday 26 April! They have all been training so hard and are on target to raise a fantastic amount of money for MacIntyre. If you’re watching keep your eye out for the purple t-shirts and…23 April, 2015
“Ask most people within the general population about learning disabilities and the majority will talk about children born with Down’s syndrome or autism. People with no experience of learning disabilities will often assume that the lives of these children will be limited, and that progression into mature adulthood won’t occur.” To read more of Beth…21 April, 2015
Bill Mumford, our CEO for the past 20 years, has decided to step down from this role to seek new challenges. We are grateful that he will not be leaving us completely, having agreed to take on the role of Special Advisor to MacIntyre and will be active in our Jubilee celebrations next year. To…15 April, 2015
Over the Easter break we asked whether you could find the three Easter bunnies hidden amongst the pages of the MacIntyre website, and we are very pleased to announce we have a winner and a runner up! For those of you who didn’t quite catch him, he could be seen on: Jobs Hold a MacIntyre…7 April, 2015