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.
MacIntyre School is a vibrant, creative and diverse community where we encourage each other to achieve all we can in a safe and healthy environment.
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.
Contact for further information on any of our services, how you can get involved, work for us or make an enquiry.
21 March, 2018
Today is World Down Syndrome Day, which aims to raise awareness of what Down Syndrome is, what it means to have Down Syndrome and how people with Down Syndrome play a vital role in our lives and communities. This year’s theme is ‘What I bring to my community’. At MacIntyre, we believe that everyone, irrespective…
16 March, 2018
Last week the High Sheriff of Buckinghamshire, Peter Kara, personally selected MacIntyre to receive a High Sheriff Award. The Award provides an opportunity for High Sheriffs to recognise and celebrate some of the fantastic organisations and individuals that they encounter working within the County during their shrieval year and to acknowledge this work as well…
15 March, 2018
An important issue for VODG (Voluntary Organisations Disability Group) and many other organisations within the sector, including MacIntyre, is to work together to reduce heath inequalities for people with a learning disability. VODG is championing for greater awareness of the health issues experienced by disabled people and the reasonable adjustments that need to be made…
19 March, 2018
As I was driving to work on a freezing cold morning, I had a thought… a thought that I never felt I could possibly imagine I could have, and that was my job – my job is more than just a job, it is actually like going to see my extended family. How many of…
12 March, 2018
My name is Vicky and I am a MacIntyre Checker: where to begin? About 11 or 12 years ago I first met Gwenne who asked me if I wanted to help with some things for MacIntyre and it all started off from there. I first went to a workshop on the Complaints Policy and we…
5 March, 2018
On my first day at the service in December 2016 I met all the people who live here and after reading the support plans, I was asked to support Tony with his personal care. Tony does not use much verbal communication, but that didn’t matter at all as we struck a bond from the word…