Work starts on £3m home in Carmarthen

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

Leonard Cheshire Disability and contractors Dawnus have started work on a £3m care home in Carmarthen, Wales, with completion expected in July 2009.

The new service will be a 20-bed facility (16-bed care home with nursing and a separate four-bed intermediate care unit for people recovering from hospital treatment). A 10-person supported living tenancy scheme will be developed on the same site in partnership with the Family Housing Association and Carmarthenshire County Council to enable people with physical and sensory impairments to live more indepen

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