Craegmoor rebrands childcare provision


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

Craegmoor Healthcare has re-grouped its child care provision under the name of Craegmoor Children¹s Services, in a move to form a clearer identity for the brand in both the public domain and the business community. Each individual home within the group will keep its individuality in terms of name, but will now be a subsidiary of the Craegmoor Children¹s Services Group. The company currently has 12 homes throughout the UK specialising in children¹s care, having established the division six years ago to work with children with challenging behaviour. These facilities are each registered for up to 17 beds, offering places for children between five and 16 years of age. In order to address the children¹s individual needs a multidisciplinary team at each facility includes personnel such as a psychologist, psychiatrist, child counsellor and art therapist. Within this framework Craegmoor Children¹s Services has 10 homes with specific facilities to support children with emotional and behavioural difficulties cause





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