Hyatt is new chief at Independent Living Group

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

Independent Living Group (ILG) Ltd, a major provider of residential care for adults with learning disabilities in the South East, has appointed Greg Hyatt as chief executive.

Mr Hyatt joined the Camberley-based company in December 2006 as finance director where he played an integral role in the successful acquisition by Hermes Private Equity of two specialist care home businesses in order to create the ILG business. The company now has 43 long-term residential homes with a projected turnover of £20m.

Mr Hyatt is now concentrating on implementing a wide range of initiatives across the homes, including establishing new work experience opportunities at the head-office for service users, plus establishing a new behavioural response support team that will work across all homes and will be available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

“Over the course of the coming months, I plan to work closely with the team on implementing a number of new quality initiatives and service enhancements, which

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