At Positive Futures, we’re positive about people. People with a learning disability, those with acquired brain injury and people on the autistic spectrum.

Where others see problems, we see possibilities. We have transformed lives and continue to do so. We speak out for the rights of those who need our support. We work closely with decision makers, such as politicians at Stormont and Westminster, to ensure that public services are the best they can be. And now we’re bringing our innovative approach and our behaviour support expertise to the Republic of Ireland too, with the establishment of our sister organisation also called Positive Futures.

We support individuals and families. We want to do more – but we need your help. Together, we can make a difference and move the issues of learning disability, acquired brain injury and autistic spectrum conditions further up society’s agenda.

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Queen Elizabeth II 1922–2022

September 13, 2022

Queen Elizabeth II 1922–2022

Queen Elizabeth II 1926–2022 Our offices will be closed on Monday 19 September as a…

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Many thanks to Katie

June 02, 2022

Many thanks to Katie

To mark Volunteers’ Week, we’ll be showcasing the people who have given up the…

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What does a support worker do and why would you want to be one?

January 14, 2021

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Events


26 September 2022

Positive Futures Recruitment Event – Bangor

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20 September 2022

Positive Futures Recruitment Event – Belfast

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