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Local man is runner up in National Learning Disability Award May 13

 John Keaveny, who works as a training consultant for Certitude’s Treat Me Right! service in Ealing was a runner up in a prestigious national award competition. However, unlike most of the people nominated for an award, John has a learning disability himself. A few years ago John, who has Down’s syndrome, collapsed at home and was […]

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Good luck to our community choir master! May 13

Fingers crossed today for Edward Henderson, who will find out tonight if he has won a Pride in People Award. This prestigious awards recognises people who have made an outstanding contribution to the local community and Edward has been shortlisted for his work leading our community choir, “The Inclusions” which meets weekly at the ARC […]

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Music Night at Hootananny 8th April Mar 12

Certitude and Keepitmovin’ Promotions are proud to present an exclusive music night at Brixton’s locally acclaimed Hootananny on Tuesday 8th April! The evening will be brought to you by singer/songwriter Adrian Fraser with a DJ set hosted by Daniel from The Genuine Article. This event is sure to provide an eclectic mix of musical genres […]

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A personalised response to Winterbourne View Feb 28

A personalised response to Winterbourne View is a joint project between Think Local Act Personal (TLAP) and the Winterbourne View Joint Improvement Programme.  The aim of the project is to develop a model which councils and providers can use to commission and plan personalised care and support for people with very complex needs and behaviour […]

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Love Your Heart event Feb 28

The Love Your Heart event on Valentine’s day, 14th February, was a great success despite the inclement weather!  With Certitude hosting the event, Elsa Morris, Treat Me Right Project Manager, worked with various partners and health agencies in Ealing to provide people with learning disabilities and their families, opportunities to access health checks, get advice […]

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Big Lottery Fund boost will help South London’s most marginalised Feb 13

People in south London with the most complex needs are set to be helped through a £9.7million grant from The Big Lottery Fund, it was announced today. Fulfilling Lives is led by Resolving Chaos and involves a partnership of four charities working across three local authority areas*. It will help the most vulnerable and needy […]

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Certitude choirmaster nominated for Ealing Pride Award Jan 30

Choirmaster Edward Henderson has been nominated for an Ealing Pride award for helping to improve the lives of local disabled people. Read the full article here.  

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Love your heart! Jan 27

Interactive event for people with learning disabilities and their carer’s Ealing Town Hall, February 14, 11am – 3pm This Valentine’s Day, Certitude is hosting an interactive event designed to encourage people from all over the borough to take better care of their emotional and physical well-being. Representatives from over 25 organisations will be offering advice, […]

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Science Museum Awards Certitude Volunteer Jan 23

The Certitude Work Pathways Manager team are very proud of Delroy Joseph (DJ) who recently picked up a Highly Commended Award for his work as a Volunteer Ambassador at the Science Museum. DJ has been volunteering at the Museum for just over a year working front of house answering questions and giving directions to visitors. […]

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Peer supporters needed Dec 10

The Living Well Collaborative in Lambeth is a platform for partners to come together to radically improve the outcomes experienced by people with severe and enduring mental health problems. The Collaborative is made up of a group of commissioners, providers of health and social care services and service users and carers. Certitude plays an active […]

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