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Emma Killick

Emma Killick is Director of Adult Services for MacIntyre and has worked in a range of roles within the company for 26 years. Now as Director of Adult Services, Emma is responsible for the support provided to over 1,000 adults in a range of geographic settings. Since MacIntyre was awarded a significant grant from the Department of Health’s ‘Innovation and Excellence’ fund for the MacIntyre Dementia Project in 2016, Emma’s role now also involves overseeing the project alongside the rest of the team, which continues to grow from strength to strength.

Learning disability, dementia and the support to live well with both

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As the life expectancy of people with learning disabilities increase, so too does their risk of developing conditions such as dementia. Emma Killick, Director of Adult Services for learning disabilities charity MacIntyre  explains how her organisation is working to raise …