Empowering people with learning disabilities
to live lives that make sense to them
We provide learning, support and care for more than 1,200 children, young people and adults who have a learning disability and / or autism
Author, speaker and Autism advocate Chris Bonnello talks to MacIntyre about Autism, and how to make the workplace work.
Jules is a teacher at MacIntyre School. She has recently been diagnosed with ADHD and is on the waiting list for an autism assessment. This is her story.
An Autistic employee describes their experience
In World Autism Acceptance Week 2023, we're sharing MacIntyre's involvement in developing the Oliver McGowan Training on Learning Disability and Autism
Our Vision is for all people with a learning disability to live a life that makes sense to them.
We use person centred approaches to keep the people we support safe, happy and healthy and to ensure each individual is able to live a life that makes…
MacIntyre was established by the parents of a disabled child in 1966 for all people with a learning disability to live a life that makes sense to them.
There are a number of reasons for you to get in touch with us. Whatever your query, we’ll help you to find the right person to speak to.
Well, each day is different when you work at MacIntyre. You could be at our school, one of our learning centres, residential services or in the community, but wherever you are, you will be attending to the small and personal details that really matter, each and every day.
We also have regular opportunities in our central business support teams.
Whatever your role, we all work together to help the people we support to live a life that makes sense to them.
We provide learning and support for children, young people and adults with learning disabilities. Find out more about our values, governance and accreditations.
We're happy to share our 'Employees of the Month' for March. Thank you to everyone who took the time to nominate.
David shares his bad NHS experiences as an Autistic man, and what could make them better
How the people who draw on our support grow in confidence every day when we use Intensive Interaction techniques
The project's final report showed how we helped people we support, their families and MacIntyre staff to understand how to talk about death and dying.