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.
Our service users have recently taken a trip down to Weston super-mare to see the new Cintre Point. Our new Reachout Cintre Point will be able to deliver Community services such as art and cookery sessions and much more. These centers will help maintain and enhance important social skills for our Service users. Our Cintre points also create a safe environment to relax, socialise and be amongst friends.
Last night our Community Based Service Manager and the Marketing & Fundraising Officer attended Ujima Radio of Bristol. The idea put together recently at an event in Colstan Hall by the Radio presenter Asher was to help spread the word about Cintre and our 40th year celebrations next year.
We deliver results
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.