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Art In The Park Festival 2016Photos from the event at Campbell Park on 9th and 10th July 2016 with MKFM Read More
Soapbox Derby 2016Photos and video from Sunday 10th July 2016 in Newport Pagnell Read More
Ampthill Festival 2016Three amazing days on 1st, 2nd and 3rd July with Amp Rocks, Ampthill Park Proms, Gala Day Read More
Milton Keynes Comedy FestivalFriday 1st - Sunday 3rd July at Westbury Arts Centre with MKFM and The Comedy Cow Read More
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MacIntyre - Providing Support... Your Way
Established in 1966 by Kenneth Newton Wright, the parent of a disabled child, MacIntyre has grown to become a leading national charity, highly respected and committed to setting standards and increasing choice.
MacIntyre provide learning, support and care for more than 900 children and adults with learning disabilities, at more than 120 MacIntyre services across the UK. Our diverse range of services includes registered care homes, supported living schemes, accredited training schemes and lifelong learning services, as well as residential special schools and a further education college.
MacIntyre's Mission is to be recommended and respected as the best provider of services for children and adults with learning disabilities throughout the United Kingdom.
MacIntyre's Principles of Service have evolved from consultation with people who use their services and staff, and embody the values of the organisation.
MacIntyre make the following 'Commitment' to all people receiving support:
* You will be at the centre of your individual service.
* You will be treated respectfully at all times.
* We will support you to communicate with us in a way of your personal choosing.
* We will think about our work and continuously check with you that you are satisfied.
* You will be supported to take as much control of your life as you wish.
* If you are not happy with anything, we will listen to you and we will take action to put it right.
At MacIntyre we show our commitment by the way we think about our work, our attitudes and behaviour. These have a direct impact on the people using our services. It is not enough to know and understand our commitments; all staff must be able to demonstrate our understanding continuously through the way that we work.
All direct service costs, along with all our management and administration overheads are funded through statutory agencies like local authorities, health trusts and the Benefits Agency etc.
All the added extras like innovation and service enhancements are funded through charitable giving.
These are the things that give people real, meaningful life choices and options, the things that enhance someone’s life experiences.
MacIntyre currently are unable to offer as much as they would like to the people we support and that is why all charitable giving is so important to them and to those they support.
From the London Marathon to three-legged races, MacIntyre as a not-for-profit organisation, raise funds through donations, events and other activities which are then distributed, 100% throughout the charity. No management or administrative overheads are deducted.
All fundraising and charitable giving allow MacIntyre to enhance the life experiences of people with disabilities and to provide exciting innovative services that increase choice. It allows MacIntyre to go the extra mile and continually improve.
Details of local events appear on our Events section here at mkfm.com
We know there are a number of reasons to get in touch. Here are just a few...
Jobs and Volunteering
Contact our Recruitment Team
Tel: 01908 357016
Tel: 01908 230100 Mob: 07824 415635
Referrals and Placements
Tel: 01908 230100
Tel: 01908 230100
Milton Keynes Events
Tel: 01908 230100
General Enquiries (or if you need help to find the right person)
Tel: 01908 230100
602 South Seventh Street,