Posted on Monday 07 June 2021
A chance conversation led Lisa McAuley from the Dundalk area to welcome a young girl with Down’s Syndrome into her life and embark on a rewarding new adventure.Read the full article
Posted on Tuesday 11 May 2021
The Regulation and Quality Improvement Authority (RQIA) is the independent body responsible for monitoring and inspecting the quality of health and social care services in Northern Ireland and encouraging improvements in the quality of these services. Please find below inspection reports for Positive Futures for 2020–21.
Posted on Tuesday 23 February 2021
An easy read version that outlines who should fill in the census information and details the process
Posted on Wednesday 03 February 2021
Inspiring stories, our 25th Anniversary and our plans for the future. Download our Annual Report 2020 to find out more.
Posted on Tuesday 02 February 2021
Download our Bill Of Rights Easy Read Survey and make your voice heard in the NI Bill of Rights consultation.
Posted on Monday 01 February 2021
Report and consolidated Annual Accounts for the year ending March 2020
Posted on Tuesday 26 January 2021
Our Corporate Plan 2020–23 sets out our aims and objectives and plots the direction of Positive Futures for the next three years.
Posted on Monday 25 January 2021
Advisory Board presentation on what makes a good support worker/
Posted on Thursday 14 January 2021
Posted on Thursday 10 December 2020
Some of the most shocking human rights abuses are taking place right here and right now, in places of “care” where people with a learning disability should be entitled to safety and support. It has happened time and again in institutions across the UK and Ireland.
That’s why Positive Futures is supporting this year’s theme of Human Rights Day: “Recover Better – Stand Up for Human Rights.”