Retirement Villages buys homecare service and outlet for disability aids


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

Retirement Villages Ltd has announced the acquisition of two businesses to strengthen its portfolio.

The company has bought Continuity in Care – a well-established domiciliary care agency based in Bath, working principally for private clients in Somerset. Continuity in Care will become the fourth branch of Red Hat Services – the homecare arm of Retirement Villages already operating in Surrey, Buckinghamshire and Cornwall.


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