Cintre is a dynamic support service tailored to adults with Autistic Spectrum Disorders, Learning Difficulties and Mental Health issues. Its foremost aims are to support those in need to leading an independent life.
A ‘Cintre’ is a tool used by architects when building an arch. It supports the construction until the arch is capable of holding itself independently. In this way, we at Cintre, provide the necessary support to vulnerable people to maximise their independence and their ability to stand strong, resilient, and unaided.
We follow a unique ‘Continuum of Care’ strategy and imbed it as a key concept to how our support is delivered. The strategy assists in delivering seamless transitions from one Cintre service to another. It provides the appropriate services as the service users’ needs dictate. The strategy is in place to prevent individuals being moved from provider to provider, and therefore allows us to deliver a consistent, reliable and trusted service.
Cintre aims to:
- Impact in both the numbers of people whose lives we touch and also in the reach of our work. We need to collectively seek to grow independence for our SUs
- Ensuring we are doing the right thing, in the right way, at the right time and for the right reasons.
- People Training and Development - Our service delivery performance will need to be better and we must be able to measure it, change and aim higher. Training and development is key to this
Established: March 1980
Registered Charity Number: 280339
Board members: 7
Full time staff: 50
Part time staff: 2
Phone number: 00447860907213
Address: 2nd Floor, Shore House, 68 Westbury Hill BS9 3AAView charity accounts on the Charity Commission website