Cintre is a dynamic support service tailored to adults with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Learning Difficulties and Mental Health issues. Its foremost aims are to support those in need to leading an independent life.
A cintre is a tool used by architects when building an arch. It supports the construction until the arch is capable of holding itself independently. In this way, we at Cintre, provide the necessary support to vulnerable people to maximise their independence and their ability to stand strong, resilient, and unaided.
On Saturday some of our Service users and staff travelled to the NDAC in Chepstow to cheer on and support Jack Hunt of Team Leidos who had decided to raise money for Cintre.
Supported by the small group,his family and friends he ascended in a small cage high above the Dive Centre’s quarry to a staggering height of 400ft. It was here Jack took his leap of faith from the small caged platform and raised the money. With pledge and donation totals Yet unknown it is expected to be a considerable amount of money.
Cintre would like to say a very big heartfelt thank you to Jack. From myself i look forward to getting involved in some exciting and possibly crazy ideas with Jack in 2020. “Bring It ON”
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We are passionate about providing a great quality of service. We have a duty to provide individuals support that is of a high standard, and it is a requirement from the government that each of our services meets these criteria at all times.