Craegmoor appoints officer to facilitate residents’ moves into supported living


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

Craegmoor Healthcare has recruited Carole Andrews as a project director for supported living services, to take responsibility for the transition of residents from the company1s care home network into supported living accommodation. Craegmoor says the newly created role demonstrates the company1s commitment to providing a wide range of options and choices for its residents, with an emphasis on social inclusion and independence as outlined by the Government in the “Valuing People” white paper. While the company will continue to focus on identifying the need for new supported living developments throughout the UK, Ms Andrews will provide a dedicated resource for ensuring that residents already within the Craegmoor network who could benefit from transferring to supported living, are given the opportunity to do so. This will include residents with learning disabilities, physical disabilities and mental health problems, as well as young people leaving care. Prior to joining Craegmoor, Ms Andrews was director of sup





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