Video: Vikings Offer Roles to Disability Charity

Video: Vikings Offer Roles to Disability Charity widnesvikings.co.uk

16th March 2017

People supported by the charity Community Integrated Care have teamed up with Widnes Vikings to work as sellers of our matchday magazine, One Club.

Community Integrated Care is a national social care charity that was founded in Halton. Its Vocational Support Service, which assists people with learning disabilities and autism to find voluntary and paid employment, created this exciting opportunity.

Joining our team are locals Mark, who lives in Widnes and is a passionate sports enthusiast, and Vikings supporter Richard, from Runcorn. We're also excited to be joined by Frederico and Richard, who live at Griffin Lodge, a service in Stockport that supports people with autism and hearing impairments. They will be assisted by Community Integrated Care's specialist staff team.

In the video above, Renata Davies from Vocatioal Support Service explain how this is a life changing opportunity for people she supports. 

Video: Vikings Offer Roles to Disability Charity widnesvikings.co.uk