More for families
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.
Each month Nicola Payne, MacIntyre's Family Engagement Consultant, talks to special guests who share their insights and experiences.
By adopting the values within the Family Charter, it will be clear to all staff on how to make sure that the best interactions are happening.
FAQ’s for families
What should I consider when looking for a place for my relative?We are happy to offer advice and support when you are looking for a suitable place. For…
Let's Come Together
MacIntyre is successfully hosting a monthly meeting called Lets Come Together. This event is for parents, siblings, and carers of people we support.
MacIntyre Families Support
Hearing from the families of people we support is something that we encourage and promote across all of MacIntyre.
More about how we work with families
Episode 13: MacIntyre Families Podcast
In the latest episode of the MacIntyre Families Podcast, Nicola Payne is joined by Nicki Willis, MacIntyre's Learning Disabilities Nurse.
Introducing the MacIntyre Family Charter
Working with families, siblings and circles of support is at the heart of MacIntyre’s approach.
Deb Aspland is a mother to three children, Cain, Rosie and Jamie, who have special education needs, a trainer and co-founder of the 'Bloody Awesome Parents…
Episode 12: MacIntyre Families Podcast
In celebration of 'Families Week,' we are sharing a special episode of our MacIntyre Families Podcast.