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Certitude – one year on May 10

At Certitude we believe in sharing our learning. Aisling Duffy spoke at a recent conference on Successful Strategies hosted by Russell Cook Solicitors and Sayer Vincent where she shared with colleagues some of our learning from the merger of Southside Partnership and Support for Living. This short film provides some further insights from people involved […]

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In Control April Newsletter Apr 20

Marianne Selby-Boothroyd, Development Director recently had the opportunity to spend time with fellow Partners in Policymaking graduates working with John O’Brien in developing a vision for the future of community and genuine inclusion. Marianne attended the 2010 “All Together Better” leadership course and Certitude is delighted that another member of staff – Harriet Michael-Phillips is […]

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DLA Mobility: sorting the facts from the fiction Mar 09

The Government says it is committed to social justice for disabled people, and in particular the focus on personalisation and increasing independence for disabled people.  However, the removal of the mobility component of the Disability Living Allowance [DLA], soon to become the Personal Independence Payment [PIP] from people living in residential care, will directly undermine […]

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Janette Gaffney joins the Leadership Team Feb 04

Certitude is pleased to announce a new member of the Leadership Team. Janette Gaffney joins the Learning Disabilities Directorate at the beginning of March as Director of Learning Disabilities and will be based in Balham. Janette brings with her a wealth of experience. Janette was previously Director of Care and Support for a similar organisation. Janette […]

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Government cuts affect us all Feb 04

Certitude Chief Executive, Aisling Duffy, is committed to minimising the impact of Government cuts on Certitude customers.  The level of funding cuts announced by the Coalition government is greater than most local authorities expected. In practice this means that local authorities will have to take tough decisions about what they will, and will not, be […]

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