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Wisdom. Knowledge. History. Aug 17

Kirat Kaur Kalyan shares her thoughts on being CEO for the day… You wanted to know what inspired Aisling in her life to be successful, did you find that out? Yes, I think so! Aisling talked about how important meaningful relationships are to her and driving the work of Certitude forward. After she successfully completed […]

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Can I do it again next year!? Aug 16

Following their successful day experiencing what it is like to be CEO of Certitude, we caught up with our three competition winners to find out their thoughts on the day. Here, John Voisey, Deputy Manager at Ambleside Avenue, talks about the future, being inspired and, of course, cake! “On the big day, Aisling immediately put […]

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In response to stares Jul 15

Having spent 24 years developing ways to guard Tom, her brother who has autism, Laura discusses the perception and action of others towards them in public, how her responses haven’t always proved effective, and the lessons she learned as a result of reactions. Phase 1: #EyeOfTheTiger Picture me as a stroppy teenager, heading down to […]

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We are no longer alone Jun 24

Relationships are vital to everyone’s wellbeing. When working well, they provide us with friendship, learning, appreciation, love, laughter, support and an ability to cope when times get tough. But when relationships aren’t right, it can leave people feeling completely isolated and alone. When relationships between people break down, families of people with learning disabilities can […]

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Life is great, life is fantastic! Jun 23

Active friendships and good relationships with the people around you are vital to anybody being able to enjoy a good life. Having a variety of people around you can make a big difference when times are good and when things can also get tough. As part of National Learning Disability Week 2016, we asked John […]

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