Accessibility Search Sitemap

Accessibility options

Read website accessibility policy

High contrast

Text size

Latest blog posts

Learning Disability Awareness training with MP Rupa Huq Nov 24

Helen Cairns, Treat Me Right! Manager and John Keaveny, Treat Me Right! Learning Disability Awareness Trainer Coordinator delivered training to Dr Rupa Huq MP when she visited Certitude to gain a better understanding of the issues people with learning disabilities are facing. Here, John shares his experience… Rupa Huq is my local MP and I first met her when she came […]

Continue reading...

Difficult families? Nov 08

Sometimes you see something that just makes you fume!  An employment agency has advertised a post working with SEND children and families that requires an ability to work with ‘difficult families.’ We are both parents of disabled children and both work with providers who support people with learning disabilities and autism.  We don’t know any […]

Continue reading...

Going the Extraordinary Mile Oct 26

Charlie Wright, Connect & Do Peer Supporter, recently climbed nearly 6,000 metres to the summit of Kilimanjaro in 7 days! Charlie has been raising money for the Connect & Do Space in Brixton, which brings together people with shared interests from the local community.  Here, Charlie speaks to us about his amazing experience… “My first […]

Continue reading...

Community Spirit comes to the House of Commons! Oct 23

It’s important for us to work with local communities to find ways to build new networks and partnerships that benefit everyone.  On Thursday 12th October Pamela Newman, Head of Service in Ealing and John Keaveny, Treat Me Right! Learning Disability Awareness Trainer Coordinator were invited to the House of Commons by Dr Rupa Huq MP […]

Continue reading...

Wellbeing at work Oct 10

We all have ‘mental health’, just as we all have ‘physical health’. In the same way our physical health gets better or worse according to things like our diet and lifestyle, hereditary genetics or maybe an accident, our mental health can also change. Throughout our lives many of us experience dips in our mental wellbeing. […]

Continue reading...