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Tribute to Barbara West Apr 23

Barbara West, a wonderful woman who lived in Isleworth and whom we supported for many years, sadly died in hospital recently, having been diagnosed with Covid-19. This week, BBC Breakfast featured a wonderful tribute to Barbara, in which her sister, Frances, and Certitude CEO, Aisling Duffy, remembered her life and raised issues about the impact Covid-19 […]

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Celebrating Autism Awareness Week Apr 03

For Autism Awareness Week we sat down (virtually) with one of our staff members, Ben, to talk about his experience as someone with autism. Ben, a Certitude Outreach Support Worker When did you know you had autism? I first heard the word when I was diagnosed at nine years old. I was one of the […]

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Supporting Communities & Fighting Labels: Angela’s Story Mar 19

At the heart of Certitude are at its inspiring people, many of whom are following their passions both inside and outside of work. Angela is a manager at Certitude & a model Angela Selvarajah, a manager at Lancaster Avenue, is using her voice and leading the way in a confident new endeavour that is close […]

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Coronavirus Mar 18

Certitude continues to follow the advice of Public Health England and the Government’s guidance in relation to the support we provide to people in London, in particular the information related to guidance on residential care provision and guidance for supported living provision. For the last few weeks, we have been putting into action our Organisational […]

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Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Southwark & Lewisham partners with New Philanthropy Capital! Mar 17

Fulfilling Lives Lambeth, Southwark and Lewisham is delighted to announce a new two-year research and evaluation partnership with New Philanthropy Capital (NPC). Katy from the FL team This research and evaluation partnership of NPC, Groundswell and the Centre for Regional and Economic Research (CRESR) at Sheffield Hallam University will combine expertise in systems change, influencing […]

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‘The Magic Pool of Colourful Rays’ Exhibition is open! Feb 12

‘The Magic Pool of Colourful Rays’ is a new exhibition of art works produced by women at The Beth Centre in Brixton in professional collaboration with the Connect and Do Community Centre.

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Mayor and Mayoress of Kensington and Chelsea visit Certitude! Jan 24

The Mayor and Mayoress of Kensington and Chelsea, Councillor Will Pascall and Councillor Sarah Addenbrooke, visited people supported by Certitude on 22 January. Chair of the Certitude Board Eleri Ebenezer, Certitude CEO Aisling Duffy and Manager Shamsuddin Burug were on hand to greet the Mayor and Mayoress and explain how they provide the highest quality […]

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Treat Me Right! delivers successful training in Health Education England-sponsored project Jan 08

Over 800 people across 27 London boroughs received learning disability champion training last year​

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Aisling Duffy, Chief Executive of Certitude London

Happy New Year! Dec 31

As 2019 comes to an end and we welcome in a new decade I want to take the opportunity to pay tribute to everyone at Certitude for the important role you play in people’s lives, throughout the year.

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Certitude supports call to improve mandatory training Dec 19

Certitude supports open letter to the Department of Health and Social Care calling for improved training on learning disabilities and autism.​

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