A NEW care home for people with autism is scheduled to open in the summer.
With the backing of NHS Warwickshire and Warwickshire County Council, Noble Care will be opening the purpose built development to support the care needs of local people.
The new home will be based in Webb Street, Stockingford.
Dr Gurpreet Takhar, Noble Care chief executive officer, said “This seven bedroom home fulfils an urgent need in the Warwickshire area for this type of living.
“It will enable local people to remain close to their family and friends in a high quality, custom built home when they need care.
“Learning disabilities and autism are complex fields and we are honoured to be given the opportunity to service the local community.”
The two storey home has been designed to provide care and it will have a mix of modern, well-equipped, fully en-suite bedrooms and studios.
It is the first phase of a three-stage development to support up to 18 people with autism.
Brona Doyle, head of operations said “This is a very exciting time – we are supporting people with autism in the communities they are from and at the same time creating local jobs for local people. We have a team of highly qualified and experienced staff that ensure the focus is always on residents needs and we are excited to be creating a new service with the same principles and values that we have developed over 12 years at our other homes.”
For information about the new development contact Angela Russell at firstname.lastname@example.org or on 0800 112 3882.