Trinity Care widens scope

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

The opening in July of Ashfield Court, which provides day and residential care for people with learning disabilities and autistic spectrum disorders, marks Trinity Care’s first move into specialist care. Trinity chief David Henderson said the newly-built centre in Sutton-in-Ashfield cost about £1 million, with funding raised by Trinity in conjunction with Allied Irish Bank. Ashfield Court is designed to cater for the needs of people with a range of disabilities, in partnership with parents and families. Long term residential care is planned to improve quality of life and enable greater independence and integration into the community.

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