A care home which provides support for adults with learning disabilities has expanded after acquiring a second property.
Care in Safe Hands has increased the number of bedrooms it offers following a six-figure funding deal supported by NatWest.
Located in Bootle, Care in Safe Hands provides full-time care to residents, which includes help with learning and development.
As the care-provider found it was operating at capacity the management team at Care in Safe Hands took the decision to purchase an additional house located next to the home and increase the number of bedrooms available from 16 to 23.
Care in Safe Hands has been a NatWest customer since it opened in 2009. When the time came to obtain funding for the expansion Jean turned to NatWest relationship director David Hall for funding support. David specialises in supporting businesses within the healthcare sector.
Jean Carroll, manager of Care in Safe Hands, said: “David was fabulous to work with. He understands the needs of care businesses like ours and finds funding solutions to meet our needs and supports our long-term goals.”
David said: “I was delighted to support Care in Safe Hands with the expansion project. The management team are committed to providing a service which benefits the local community and I wish them every success for the future.”
I was delighted to support Care in Safe Hands with the expansion project. The management team are committed to providing a service which benefits the local community and I wish them every success for the future
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