Home from Home opens home


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

Home from Home Care opened its third care home, Cherry Tree Lodge in Ruskington, Lincolnshire in June. Cherry Tree Lodge marks the next phase in a planned £12 million investment that Home from Home Care is making in the provision of care homes for adults with learning disabilities and complex behavioural needs. The company opened its first home, The Old Hall, in May 2005, and plans in place to increase to six homes in the near future with specialist finance and insurance for all homes being arranged by the GR Patrick Group. Most of the service users at Cherry Tree Lodge are very vulnerable and will require one-to-one care. Home from Home Care was founded two years ago by Paul de Savary and his wife Ann, and it is their handicapped daughter Laura who is the inspiration behind the company, its philosophy and ethos. “To be told at six-months that she was ‘mentally handicapped, might live, might not – we don’t really know and by the way, good luck . .’ was our family’s formal introduction to a world





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