ISIS funds Paragon’s plan for growth


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

Paragon (UK) Ltd, a provider of supported living and domiciliary care services has announced the completion of an investment by ISIS Equity Partners. Based in Lancashire, Paragon provides tailored packages of support for more than 200 people with a range of learning disabilities, mental health needs and physical disabilities. In each case, Paragon works closely with the individuals who use its services their advocates, family and commissioning authorities to devise support packages to maximise the quality of peoples lives. Paragon currently holds preferred provider status with a number of commissioning authorities and provides services across Lancashire and Greater Manchester. Paragon’s managing director Paula Woodruff said ISIS was attracted to Paragon due to its strong customer relationships and its reputation for quality and innovation in its local market. ISIS has provided funding to take the business forward and has committed additional capital to support the acquisition of selected operators in existi





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