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Sharon’s Lockdown Diary

Sharon a person supported by MacIntyre in Milton Keynes talks us through her lockdown experience

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Tommy’s lockdown Art Gallery

Tommy who is supported by MacIntyre in Milton Keynes shows off the art gallery he has been working on since lockdown

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Growing vegetables and spicing up life in lockdown

Emma Budgen a MacIntyre support worker in The New Forest talks about how growing vegetables and The Spice Girls are helping get the people she supports through lockdown.

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Family Engagement in lockdown

Nicky Payne is a family engagement consultant at MacIntyre in Milton Keynes. Here she talks about the concerns of the families of people she supports.

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Strong words from Seb.

Seb and Nigel reflect on the lockdown and discuss the UK government’s response to Covid-19.

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Jo, a parent talk’s lockdown and beyond

Jo Allmond Mother of Jess a person supported by MacIntyre in Worcestershire talks about her concern’s both during lockdown and for the future.

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Keyworker Army | A poem by Matthew Campbell

Support worker Matthew Campbell shares a poem he wrote detailing his thoughts on the Covid-19 pandemic.

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Teenager Makenzie started work during lockdown

Teenager Makenzie started working for Choice Support during lockdown. She shares her experiences of being fast-tracked into a support worker job at the height of the covid-19 pandemic.

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Sharing skills through ‘Opportunity TV’

Throughout lockdown, many of us have turned to technology to stay connected while we’re apart. Zoom has been a lifeline for Camphill Village Trust community members who have shared their skills, hobbies and talents both with each other and the wider community.

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Lockdown: A parents perspective

Julia’s son Max lives at Botton Village. Since lockdown was announced, she has been unable to visit Max. Julia gives a candid account of life throughout lockdown and the ways they have been able to stay connected and in touch.