Read the latest at Cintre, developments in our services and highlights from our working contributors.

  • Sam’s Vlog: Cintre Supported Living, In-Via
    Date posted: 15/01/2018 | Posted by: Cintre

    Here is a short video of Sam ‘out and about’ in his local community enjoying his day off. He shows us his favourite shops and later hops on a Bus to see his friends for a Christmas dinner. Sam moved into Cintre’s Supported Living home, in Read more

  • Support Worker Vacancy- Residential or in the Community (Part -Time)
    Date posted: 09/01/2018 | Posted by: Cintre

    Support Worker roles in Bristol - Residential or in the Community. We are looking to grow our motivated and passionate team who take pride in supporting  adults with learning disabilities, mental health issues, autism etc. across Bristol, and South Gloucestershire. As a support worker you will be guaranteed to Read more

  • Cintre had a Buzzing Christmas Party at the Beehive!
    Date posted: 22/12/2017 | Posted by: Cintre

    On the 20th December Cintre Service Users and Staff enjoyed a Christmas party hosted by The Beehive Pub, Wellington Hill. The Beehive kindly donated their function room for the festivity fun, and cooked a delightful buffet which was kindly paid for from a generous member of the public. The highlight Read more

  • Happy Christmas Everybody from Cintre !
    Date posted: 13/12/2017 | Posted by: Cintre

    Thank you for your support and we wish you a very Merry Christmas and a Happy and Healthy New Year. Please enjoy watching our Christmas Greetings video 2017, featuring Cintre's wonderful staff and service users!  Please also check out our new campaign STAMP OUT SOLITUDE, this winter. https:/ Read more

  • Support Our Stamp Out Solitude (SOS) Campaign
    Date posted: 01/12/2017 | Posted by: Cintre

    Help Cintre ‘Stamp Out’ Social Isolation Today! Everyday around us: Social isolation and loneliness are now considered two of the biggest problems to society. (de Jong Gierveld et al, 2016) 45% of working age disabled people are chronically lonely, saying they always or often feel lonely. (Scope, 2017) Young adults with Read more

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