Following a new partnership between Dementia UK and MacIntyre, we are proud to share that a fantastic opportunity has arisen for a registered nurse to join MacIntyre as a 'Learning Disabilities Admiral Nurse'.
This role is unique and particularly exciting, as the individual will be the first specialist 'Learning Disabilities Admiral Nurse' in the country.
Operating from our Central Office in Milton Keynes, as well as travelling nationally, they will support people with a learning disability within MacIntyre who have, or are suspected to have dementia, along with their families/carers and wider circle of support.
Responding to the news, Sarah Ormston, MacIntyre's Health, Dementia and Wellbeing Manager said:
"We are so pleased to share the news of a Learning Disabilities Admiral Nurse. Since the MacIntyre Dementia Project funding came to a close last year, we are more committed than ever to continue our achievements in the field of learning disability and dementia.
Dementia UK and Admiral Nurses are experts and leaders in the field of dementia, especially in supporting families and circles of support. MacIntyre has a hugely experienced staff team, with years of knowledge in the support of people with learning disabilities. Bringing these the two charities together, we hope to learn an immense amount from each other and I couldn’t be more proud to continue our legacy in learning disabilities and dementia. An exciting time ahead."
To apply for the role or to simply find out more, please follow the link to our job board.