Castlebeck brings autism facility on-stream


Posted on July 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

A specialist hospital for people with autism has been opened in Bromsgrove, near Birmingham by Castlebeck.

Wast Hills House, together with its Lodge and Annexe, is situated in a quiet semi-rural location near Kings Norton, formerly part of the Cadbury Estate, and registered with the Healthcare Commission as an independent hospital.

The centre, set in six acres of gardens, has been developed





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