Comfortable new offices for Comfort Care

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

Comfort Care Services Ltd, which provides accommodation and support for people with a variety of illnesses and disabilities and helps rehabilitate them back into society, has opened a new head office in Slough, acquired with financial backing of £637,000 from NatWest, a subsidiary of the Royal Bank of Scotland.

Established in 2004, Comfort Care was set up by managing director Abdul Sattar, while his son Ali Sattar is company secretary. The family-run business began with the purchase of one home where two residents with special needs were cared for. Ab

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