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.
Whether it’s hosting a Tea Party or running a marathon there are all sorts of events you could do and raise money for MacIntyre at the same time.
MacIntyre School Wingrave is a vibrant, creative and diverse community where we encourage each other to achieve all we can in a safe and healthy environment.
Contact for further information on any of our services, how you can get involved, work for us or make an enquiry.
17 March, 2017
The MacIntyre Community Memory Café is a fun, welcoming and relaxing environment for people to take part in social activities, make new friends and enjoy fantastic cake and cups of tea and coffee. The Café was established so that anyone, whether they are living with dementia or not, can come along to a friendly and…
16 March, 2017
We would like to extend a very warm welcome to Sarah Ormston, who has been appointed as MacIntyre’s new Specialist Health Advisor. Sarah is both responsible for the internal implementation and corporate auditing of MacIntyre’s Health Agenda, as well as managing the MacIntyre Dementia Project. Meet Sarah… What will your new role involve? There are…
14 March, 2017
MacIntyre is committed to the safeguarding of the adults, young people and children that we support. As part of this, MacIntyre’s Safeguarding group is in place to further strengthen the safeguarding work that already occurs across the organisation. The Safeguarding group meets quarterly and meetings are chaired by an operational Director and attended by the…
20 March, 2017
Levi is an almost 16 year old boy who has lived at Wingrave since the age of 9. Although he does not use words to communicate and has limited signing ability, he is a very able young man who can sometimes find it frustrating when trying to inform you of his wants and needs. Late…
13 March, 2017
Kevin is a man who is full of life and likes to enjoy himself. Kevin can find it difficult to control his anxieties at times, especially if he is not sure what is happening. I felt it was very important that he had a 50th birthday where he was fully involved with all the plans…
6 March, 2017
Moira has been living with me for about 3 years now and I have known her for much longer. In 2014, Moira was diagnosed with the onset of dementia. For the first 12-18 months, things continued as normal with just small behavioural differences and little accidents – knocking things over etc. In the last 12…