Clover Care sold to national operator

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

Acting on behalf of the directors of Clover Care Group Services Ltd, Christie + Co has sold the group’s care facilities in Lancashire to a national operator, for an undisclosed sum.

Trading since 1986, Clover Care comprised a care home registered for six young adults with learning disabilities, a supported living service providing support for 38 people at 13 locations; and a homecare service for individuals living in their family home in the local area.

The group’s units vary from individual flats to bungalows and houses shared by up to four people. Four of the units currently have staff on the premises providing background support 24 hours a day, including waking night support. The remaining units are staffed according to the current needs of the tenants – these vary from two to 14 hours a day, with an on call service to meet any needs outside of normal contracted hours. All of the units are fitted with technology to alert staff to potential emergencies.

Christie + Co directo

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