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What To Do wins National Award!

Community Integrated Care was delighted to take home the Best Business Initiative Award at this year’s National Care Awards for our innovative online activity platform!

Aaron adn Rebeca collect the National Care Award on stage, for What To DoReturning for the 24th year, the National Care Awards were hosted by leading social care publication, Caring Times Magazine, and took place in London on Saturday 26th November.

The awards evening celebrated remarkable people from across the social care sector, highlighting excellence and rewarding those who work tirelessly to provide consistently outstanding care.

Our charity was proud to see our fantastic online hub, What To Do, scoop the Business Initiative of the Year award, recognising a forward-thinking project that supports colleagues and creates incredible outcomes for the people we support.

Created during the Covid-19 pandemic to tackle loneliness and isolation, and to provide exciting experiences for people accessing social care across the UK, What To Do offers free live accessible activities, in partnership with leading sports, cultural and community groups.

From creative arts classes to PE and games sessions, and even an at-home disco, it has reached more than 12,400 people with learning disabilities and autism over the past 12 months, harnessing technology to create fulfilling opportunities and change lives.

On the awards evening, Aaron, an incredible person we support who frequently attends sessions on What To Do, and our colleague, Rebeca Tiriteu, were over the moon to represent our charity in collecting the award.

Find out more about What To Do and explore the latest line-up of activities at

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