Posted on Monday 16 November 2020
A team of researchers has launched a new study across the UK to find out how the changes brought about by the Coronavirus might be affecting people with a learning disability. To find out more please download the Easy Read press release.
Posted on Tuesday 13 October 2020
In August 2020, we completed our ninth Annual Consultation Exercise (ACE) with our key stakeholders: the people we support, family members / carers and HSC Trust staff. The comprehensive feedback gained through this process will be used to improve our services.
Posted on Tuesday 29 September 2020
Easy read version of article on the changes we all need to make written by Maura Campbell, with input from the Positive Futures Advisory Board. The original article is included in a book on Neurodiversity which can be found at https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/1912755394/ref=cm_sw_em_r_mt_dp_U_Pr1.Eb841VVSM
Posted on Monday 09 March 2020
Positive Futures Audited Annual Accounts
Posted on Wednesday 20 November 2019
When you work with us at Positive Futures, we like to think your’re part of the family.
As a member of our family, we make a promise to you.
Posted on Wednesday 25 September 2019
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 2019–20.
Windemere SLS 06062019
Sperrin SLS & PHSS 24092019
Wheatfield SBS 20112019
Mid Ulster SLS 210120
Lakeland SLS 140220
East Coast SLS 02032020
Families Matter Shared Lives Service 020320
Crescent SLS 19062019
Ard Peninsula SLS 05032020
Posted on Monday 08 April 2019
Our Annual Report 2017–18 sets out the achievements, events and financial detail of our work.
Posted on Tuesday 24 July 2018
User guide for Positive Futures’ staff using the Self Service element of iTrent to book holiday, view payslips etc.
Posted on Thursday 05 July 2018
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 2018–19.
Wheatfield SBS 01052018
Ards Peninsula SLS 120618
Windemere SLS 26062018
East Coast SLS 19062018
Lakeland SLS 11092018
Sperrin SLS 02102018
Crescent SLS 20092018
Families Matter Shared Lives Service 04032019
Wheatfield SBS 22032019
Mid Ulster SLS 28032019
Posted on Thursday 31 May 2018