Charity rebrands to reflect change in services


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

Walsingham Community Homes has been rebranded as “Walsingham” to reflect the increased range of services it now offers to people with learning disabilities. Founded in 1986 as a provider of residential care for people with learning disabilities, the charity now provides a variety of other services such as supported living, floating support and supported employment. Walsingham’s chief executive Mark Snell said the change of name and new corporate identity had come after a four-month consultation period with staff and service users. “Because we’ve changed the services we offer to ensure we meet the needs of people with learning disabilities, our name was no longer in keeping with what we do,” said Mr Snell. “Changing our name to Walsingham helps us to continue carving out a role as one of the leading providers of services for people with learning disabilities.” To coincide with its new brand, Walsingham has also launched a website (www.walsingham.com), aimed primarily at people with learning disabilities. It al





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