A care home in Nuneaton which looks after young people with learning disabilities has won second prize in a national award. NobleCare’s newest care home, located in Nuneaton has been awarded second prize in the Pinders National Healthcare Design Awards. Noble Grange, a purpose built autism service, has been recognised at an awards ceremony held in London in April. The Pinders Awards aim to promote and recognise the very best developments in care home design. The two storey Noble Grange which can support up to 7 people with autism, has been specifically designed to provide high quality accommodation. It provides a mix of modern, well equipped, fully ensuite bedrooms and studios in a spacious purpose built residence. It has been shortlisted in the “Best Design for Younger Adults” category of the Healthcare Design Awards.
Brona Doyle, head of operations said: “We are delighted to have our newest service recognised as one of the top three new homes in the country. The service has been received really well. It is the culmination of two years of hard, collaborative work by our skilled team who wanted to provide a new standard of accommodation for people with autism and learning disabilities.”