LD specialist doubles in size with acquisition of Shirebrook group

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

Care Aspirations, leading specialist care providers for individuals with learning disabilities in the East of England since 1986, are delighted to announce the purchase of the Shirebrook Care Group in the East Midlands with immediate effect.

Care Aspirations will be able to provide over 400 placements for individuals with learning disabilities in 29 units, across well defined pathways of care. The Group will now employ over 600 people.

Saleem Asaria, CEO of Care Aspirations said:  ‘It is our vision to be the leading independent provider of care for adults with learning disabilities in England, through the provision of personalised, outcome-based care, in the right facility at the right cost. We are very excited about the acquisition of the Shirebrook Care Group as it gives our organisation significant presence in the East Midlands and provides a platform for further growth.’

We now offer a complete range of services from low secure care, step down locked hospitals, speci

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