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£6m dementia care centre will create 100 jobs

Building work on the 62-bedroom purpose-built dementia care home in Partington, Trafford has begun and is scheduled for completion in June next year.

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Kingsley announces multi-million pound office move

East Anglian care provider Kingsley Healthcare has sealed a multi-million pound deal for the purchase and refurbishment of new offices in Lowestoft. CEO Daya Thayan said the move into the former Suffolk County Council owned five-storey Clapham House in the town centre was a statement of their commitment to the area as they pursue a £200 million-plus expansion plan to become a familiar national brand within five years.

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Speak with a Dementia Friend for support and advice on dementia care

Dementia can affect anyone at any time and it has taken years to gain a good understanding of the disability. But it is now more than ever that people diagnosed with dementia are able to live a long and fulfilling life whether that be at home with family or in a care setting with new friends, there are many success stories to go along with it. However it’s important to gain as much knowledge as you can to receive the best care and guidance possible to help prepare you or a loved one, should care be a factor of the future. Professionals are working hard to change attitudes towards dementia and working towards enabling people to continue doing the things they enjoy and love.

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Kingsley Health Care - Group Senior Management Appointments

We are pleased to announce the new senior appointments of the following positions. Head of Commissioning and Clinical Development, Operations Manager – South and Head of Public Relations

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Kingsley Healthcare Celebrating Success

It's a year of rapid expansion for East Anglian care provider Kingsley Healthcare as it looks to become a familiar national brand within five years. Daya Thayan, CEO of the dementia care specialist, is confident the sector will continue to grow at just as fast a rate, and sees Lowestoft based Kingsley's staff increasing from 1,200 to 2,500 within four to five years. To help meet a projected massive national shortfall in care beds, Kingsley earlier this year announced a £200m-plus expansion strategy. The investment will fund a new-build programme, which will see four purpose-built homes a year delivered over the next six or seven year period. Construction work has already begun on a 62-bedroom home in Cheshire, and the company is currently at an advanced stage of contract negotiations to buy two further building plots in the north-west for a 62-bedroom home and one with 70 bedrooms.

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