Resident’s and staff and Noble Grange have been celebrating after winning a coveted national award at the Independent Healthcare Apex awards.
Part of Midlands care specialist NobleCare, the state of the art facility won the award for Best new care facility to add to its Pinders Healthcare Design Award from earlier in the year. Noble Grange, a specialist purpose built autism service, supports up to 7 people with autism, and has been specifically designed to provide high quality accommodation in a low arousal and spacious environment.
Kam Takhar, director said “To win a second award for this service within 12 months of opening, is a fantastic achievement for all those involved. We wanted to provide a new standard of support and accommodation for people with autism and learning disabilities as we believe that the quality of accommodation directly impacts the quality of care. We are delighted that the hard, collaborative work of the team has been recognised once more”.