Tracscare grows through New Bridges acquisition


Posted on December 8th, by geoff in CT Extra. Comments Off on Tracscare grows through New Bridges acquisition

Caring Times, December 2016

Specialist care provider Tracscare has acquired New Bridges, a specialist Acquired Brain Injury provider.

Tracscare chief executive Peter Battle said the acquisition was part of an ongoing programme which had seen Tracscare take on services that shared its culture and commitment to quality.

In 2015 Tracscare acquired Brookdale Care, a specialist residential care provider for individuals with Autism, and as a result became the biggest provider of support for individuals with Autism in the sector.

“We are delighted to acquire an outstanding specialist provider in New Bridges,” said Mr Battle.

“We have a shared commitment to ever improving quality and the fulfilment of the people we support.

“We are looking forward to sharing best practice and continuing our collective focus on flexible, transparent care and market leading outcomes.”

With more than 25 years of experience in providing specialist support and over 80 services across England and Wales, Tracscare delivers specialist support for people with Acquired Brain Injuries, Learning Disabilities, Autism and Mental Health Needs. Tracscare provide a complete care pathway from therapeutic settings with clinical teams on site to registered residential care and supported living in the community.





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