Yesterday, in the Concert Hall that has stood as part of our building on Crown Lane for over 125 years, Chair of Trustees Kay Sonneborn, CEO Paul Perkin and Director of Care Keith Crowhurst, set out British Home's vision for the future.
The plans will see a total refurbishment of the venerable building which will modernise all of our residential accommodation, increase the range of therapy programmes, further enhance the activity programme, and, for the first time, introduce more flexible accommodation including transitional units for people who are able to move on from the formal British Home setting but for whom there is not proper accommodation elsewhere.
"We have looked at a range of options over the past years but this approach will be the best for our residents now and in the future. British Home will become a centre of excellence in the care and support of neuro-disability care," said Chief Executive, Paul Perkin.
The talk marked the launch of a five-year programme of building work and investment in care and therapy programmes that will be supported by a major fundraising campaign.
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