PSP gets a nod from Her Majesty


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

A care provider group which rescued a Devon nursing home from the brink of collapse has received royal recognition in the form of a special commemorative portrait and congratulatory letter from the Queen. Brothers Preyen and Shrien Dewani of PSP Group purchased the 32-bed Aalen House in Okehampton in 2005 and have spent a year renovating the house and buying new equipment. “It is not only about the standard of the building, which of course has to be high, but moreover the standard of care delivered,” said Preyen Dewani. “In that respect Jan Hazell, the manager, and her team of nurses and carers work tirelessly 24 hours a day to ensure that every resident is cared for as if they are family – they are the ones who must be congratulated.” Geoffery Cox, MP, and town mayor Frances Luxton led a gathering of nearly 100 local dignitories, healthcare professionals, business people as well as residents and their relatives at a reception to mark the success and celebrate the Queen’s 80th Birthday year. “It





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