A message from our new CEO
Ategi launches new volunteering project: Support Circles
Ategi has been awarded funding to start a 1-2 year project, called Support Circles. The idea behind the project is to provide a space where adults with additional needs provide peer-support to each other, to learn new skills and gain valuable experiences and confidence.
The power of personalised care when exploring the connection between learning disabilities and mental ill health
This mental health awareness week, we wanted to bring awareness to the link between learning disabilities and mental ill health, whilst exploring the positive impact a personalised care package can have on individuals needing support.
The Ategi People newsletter
Welcome to the Ategi People newsletter! We wanted to create a newsletter that's especially for our Shared Lives carers and the people we support. If you'd like a broader view of Ategi, with insights into the world of social care, check out our quarterly Ategi Persepective's newsletter.
Why choose a career in social care?
Are you looking to change your career? When choosing a career path, there are lots of things to consider when finding the right role for you. In this article we paint some of the incredible reasons why a career in social care is not only rewarding, but benefits your wellbeing as well.
Ategi CEO responds to Government's proposed 'Next Steps to Support Social Care'
Kate Allen, Ategi CEO, responds to Governments proposed next steps to support social care.
"I think we all agree with the Minister of State for Social Care, Helen Whately MP, who acknowledged yesterday that adult social care has not had the attention, resource or support from government that it deserves. However, to the statement that social care is being reformed, I am yet to be persuaded."
Find out what Kate has to say...