Craegmoor commissions special needs care home in Renfrewshire

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

Craegmoor Healthcare has accelerated its development programme with a new bespoke care build in Scotland, in the first quarter of 2004. The company opened an eight-bed care home for people with complex physical and learning disabilities in May. Located in Renfrewshire, the home signals a new beginning for eight residents, who will relocate from Merchiston Hospital as part of its re-provision programme. Craegmoor commercial director Paul Hayes said the development, which followed negotiated tenders with Renfrewshire Council and Inverclyde Council, would encourage greater independence and social inclusion whilst also ensuring that the residents¹ complex care needs are provided for. “The approval of this site is testament to Craegmoor¹s continued focus on building strong relationships with the public sector, to identify and tailor care to individual needs, across the country and specialist areas of care,” Mr Hayes said. “The site responds to key issues on the national care agenda and we will continue to work w

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