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Shadow Minister for Social Care visits York House

Community Integrated Care’s York House service in Stockport was visited by local MP and Labour’s Shadow Minister for Social Care, Andrew Gwynne, earlier today.

With the opportunity to meet both our colleagues and the people we support, Andrew had a tour of our six-bed supported living service, learning more about the life-changing support our charity delivers.

The visit provided a key opportunity for our social care colleagues to give insight into their roles and what they’d like to see from the next Government, outlining the asks in our charity’s recent Unfair To Care campaign. Andrew Gwynne MP and Tauseef shaking hands on the Minister's visit to the social care service in Stockport.

Andrew also met Tauseef and John, who are both supported at York House, who were delighted to tell him about the opportunities they’ve had since joining Community Integrated Care and how their team support them to live their best lives.

We were joined for the visit by our partners from the National Care Forum, Vic Rayner and Nathan Jones.

Andrew Gwynne said of the visit: “I’d like to thank both Community Integrated Care’s colleagues and people supported for having me and showing me some of the incredible work they do to facilitate people living their best lives.”

Jim Kane, Community Integrated Care’s Chief Executive Officer, said: “We were really pleased to welcome Andrew to Community Integrated Care today and look forward to working with him closely in the future. York House is a fantastic service – delivering care that’s unique to each of the people it supports, and it was great to see this in action! We’d like to say a big thanks to our partners at the National Care Forum for their support in arranging the visit.”


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