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21 Jun 2021
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Woodland View is ‘Outstanding’

Woodland View in Hertfordshire opened in 2019. Following a full inspection in May 2021, it was judged to be ‘Outstanding’.

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17 Jun 2021
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Gwen and Gemma’s Story

Shared Lives Carer Gwen isolated herself completely to ensure she could provide support for Gemma, whilst Gemma's mother was battling chemotherapy.

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15 Jun 2021
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Message from Sarah Burslem, CEO

We are sorry to report that MacIntyre has experienced a cyber-attack.

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14 Jun 2021
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Employees of the Month - May

We're delighted to share our 'Employees of the Month' for May.

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14 Jun 2021
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Supporting someone with a learning disability to stay hydrated

If you are supporting someone with a learning disability, supporting them to stay hydrated throughout the day is essential for their health and wellbeing.

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10 Jun 2021
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Recognising changes: Health and Wellbeing

What if you felt unwell, but couldn't always describe why, or displayed pain through unusual behaviour that others dismissed?

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3 Jun 2021
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Supporting Jo

A MacIntyre staff team in Worcestershire have been praised for their creativity during the pandemic, which has had a positive impact on Jo, who we support.

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1 Jun 2021
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Young-onset dementia: MacIntyre Families Podcast

In the latest episode of the MacIntyre Families Podcast, host Nicola Payne is joined by Victoria Lyons. Victoria is a Senior Consultant Admiral Nurse…

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28 May 2021
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Sam’s story

Ten years since Panorama exposed the abuse at Winterbourne View there are many people still caught up in a revolving door system of 'treatment' or failed…

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26 May 2021
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Careers at MacIntyre: Ellie’s story

We caught up with Ellie, a Senior Support Worker based at MacIntyre School and Children’s Homes in Wingrave.

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25 May 2021
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What is sundowning?

For many people with dementia, feelings of distress can emerge in the late afternoon and continue into the night, which is often known as 'sundowning'.

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21 May 2021
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What I would say to you: messages from lockdown

People we support in Derbyshire have created a colourful display of messages written for their loved ones during  lockdown.

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