Precision Care plans five new care homes in the south east

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

London based specialist care provider Precision Care have announced a £4m-plus development programme for the south east of England which will see the construction of five new homes located in Ashford, Westcliff, Horley, Dorking and Battle. Precision Care, which began operating in June, 2004, provides services for adults with learning disabilities and ‘looked after’ children in need of residential care. The five new homes are expected to be operational by the end of 2006, with the exception of the homes in Battle and Dorking, which should be open before the end of 2007. The facilities have been commissioned to cater for for adults with learning difficulties, though the focus of the homes will be service users with acute epilepsy and related neurological disorders. The company says services relating to other conditions such as autism, Aspergers and those who present with challenging behaviour will also to be provided in due course. The first home opening as part of this development programme was the nine-b

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