Feeling right at home – Future Life opens it’s first purpose-built facility for adults with learning difficulties


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

By Future Life director NIK MARSHALL

Who would have thought that three years ago, when Martin King and I were at Bank of Ireland in the city, we would be celebrating the opening of our fourth home in Kent?

Martin sent out a great email to all involved saying “this is really a great achievement to add Church House to our small group of homes in Kent and is the culmination of a lot of effort from a lot of people from several disciplines. We started the process 18 months ago by talking to the right people in Kent County Council (KCC), asking them what they wanted us to provide for and then





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