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Can you help our fantastic marathon runner raise vital funds? Jan 22

Mum of four, Jana Jilkova, is running the London Marathon this April for Certitude to help raise money for people with learning disabilities, autism and mental health support needs – but she needs your help.

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A great end to a busy year for Treat Me Right! Jan 17

What is Treat Me Right? Over the last ten years, Certitude’s Treat Me Right! team has delivered training around learning disabilities and autism to thousands of doctors, nurses and other healthcare professionals. The Treat Me Right! team believes that everyone who works in a profession where they might meet people with learning disabilities or autism should […]

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Great news from Haymill Respite Jan 15

Everyone needs a break from time to time – especially carers. Our respite services around London provide overnight stays for people with learning disabilities and autism. We make sure that our guests feel happy and relaxed, so carers can have peace of mind while they take some time for themselves. Haymill Respite in Greenford is […]

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Certitude receives grant to fund life-changing technology for people with learning disabilities from MAXIUS UK

Certitude receives grant to fund life-changing technology Jan 11

We were delighted today to receive a grant of £2,500 from MAXIMUS UK, a global company that currently provides more than 3,500 staff within the UK who deliver disability and health support and services to more than 1 million people each year. The grant will go towards purchasing new pieces of assistive technology, including Google […]

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Certitude joins the Agenda Alliance Jan 10

We are delighted to join the Agenda Alliance. Agenda is a UK-based charity which campaigns for women and girls at risk of abuse, poverty, poor mental health, addiction and homelessness. At Certitude, we support the vision of a society where women and girls can fulfil their potential and live their lives free from inequality, poverty […]

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Christmas Carol Concert in Bromley

Christmas Carol Concert brings festive cheer to Bromley Dec 21

Three of Certitude’s community choirs joined together for an evening of Christmas carols at Bromley Parish Church this week. Ably managed by choir masters Edward and Theo, the singers filled the church with festive cheer and put a spring in everybody’s step in time for Christmas. They were joined by local accapella group Just Voices. […]

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Christmas gifts designed by people with learning disabilities

Christmas pop-up shop raises over £1,000 Dec 20

Festive gifts hand-crafted by people with learning disabilities were snapped up at the Glades Shopping Centre in Bromley. Our day centres at Astley, Cotmandene and Kentwood offer support and activities for people in Bromley who have learning disabilities and autism. Over the last few weeks, people with learning disabilities at our Bromley day centres have […]

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Festive food for thought – making time to talk about mental health Dec 12

‘Food for Thought’ is the focus of our 2018 Christmas video which we have produced in partnership with organic food company, Abel and Cole. The film shows Ashley, who we support in Ealing, his mum and Certitude staff members Nisha Gharu and Sam Mason baking some fabulously festive mince pies. The idea behind Food for […]

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Certitude Goes Gold! Dec 12

Certitude has been awarded ‘gold’ accreditation against the Investors in People Standard, demonstrating their commitment to realising the potential of their people. Investors in People is the international standard for people management, defining what it takes to lead, support and manage people effectively to achieve sustainable results. Underpinning the Standard is the Investors in People […]

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John and James are Learning Disability and Autism Leaders Dec 06

We are so proud that James Morris and John Keaveny have been announced as Learning Disability and Autism Leaders in a list officially published in the Guardian this week. James and John were chosen from 600 entries for the first national listing of its kind. It celebrates people determined to bring about social change. The Leadership […]

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