Lloyds TSB funds brain injury unit

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

Work has begun on a major expansion at a specialist care facility at South Newton, near Salisbury, funded by Lloyds TSB Corporate Markets. Glenside Manor was set up as a care home in 1982. Sixteen years later it extended its services to provide longer-term rehabilitation for adults with acquired brain injuries and in 2002 opened a brain injury assessment and rehabilitation unit. The facility needed to grow to meet increased demand for its services, so at the beginning of last year owners Denis and Clare Barry decided to pursue their plans for a new purpose-built neuro-rehabilitation unit in the grounds of Glenside Manor, which could possibly acquire ‘independent hospital’ status. The plans also include 10 independent living bungalows with communal facilities to enable service users to recover in a more congenial environment. Mr and Mrs Barry invited a number of banks to tender for funding the project. “Our business is built on close relationships and we needed a bank that understood this and had an awar

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