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Finlay’s mental health journey Jan 11

Finlay is currently supported by Certitude. He was in and out of mental health services from the age of seven to his early twenties, experiencing emotional volatility and obsessive compulsions, and an eating disorder. Eventually – after a period of recovery where he was able to go to university – Finlay had to leave his […]

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Prioritise vaccinations for people with a learning disability – sign the petition Jan 08

As we know, people with learning disabilities are six times more likely to die from COVID-19 than the general population.  It is crucial for people with learning disabilities to be prioritised in the vaccination roll-out programme. Please sign this petition, so the government are made to listen and act on the strength of our voice. It […]

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Behind the scenes of our TWENTY TWENTY film Jan 07

Our Connect & Do team began working with the Young Vic on their TWENTY TWENTY project in late 2019. The project aimed to produce a original play that would be put on in early 2021.  While 2020 had different plans for all of us, the teams and members involved have adapted and the project went ahead […]

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The Michael Rosen Awards 2020 Dec 17

In a year which has been filled with unexpected and unique challenges, it was so wonderful to be able to celebrate our amazing staff and volunteers in our annual Michael Rosen Awards last night! We would like to congratulate this year’s Michael Rosen Award recipients and acknowledge all they have done for the organisation in […]

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Lambeth Alliance Progress Report Nov 25

The Living Well Network Alliance (the Alliance) has released its first progress report.  The Alliance is a collaboration between five organisations: Certitude and Thames Reach (voluntary sector); NHS Lambeth Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) – now part of South-East London CCG; South London & Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust (SLaM), and Lambeth Council. Our aim is to […]

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Certitude supporting more people across three London boroughs Oct 07

We have recently begun supporting more people across three London boroughs

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Certitude to start supporting people living in Camden Sep 22

Certitude is delighted to shortly begin supporting people who have learning disabilities and / or autism living in the London Borough of Camden.

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The BAPS Awards 2020! Nov 05

For the second year running, Certitude is delighted to have supported the Bloody Awesome Parents (BAPs) Awards recognising the achievements in community support. Working across London as a part of so many diverse, brilliant communities, we know first-hand the impact great community support can make on people’s lives. So, sponsoring the Community Support Award seemed […]

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This star fundraiser just walked the London Marathon in the rain Oct 06

Over the weekend, Kate completed the London Marathon in what was a very different and wet kind of event this year. Kate works with young adults with additional educational needs, and so is especially passionate about the work we do supporting people with learning disabilities and autism throughout London.  Here she speaks about her experience of […]

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Kate Nicklin is our London Marathon runner! Sep 28

Kate is a teacher at a school in Lewisham for children with additional educational needs. She’s passionate about people getting consistent support throughout their lives. Kate tells us about her marathon efforts: “On Sunday 4 October 2020 I was due to be running the postponed London Marathon on behalf of Certitude London. However, due to […]

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