PrimeLife, which runs more than 60 homes across England, has just completed its extension of Little Acres, which is located in Nuthall.
The site, which provides services for adult clients with learning or physical disabilities, currently has 17 beds.
The single storey extension has created eight extra rooms, complete with en-suites, which has taken the total number of beds to 25.
The existing facility has been knocked through and refurbished to enhance the communal areas already in place.
In addition to the interior work, the outside space has been re-landscaped so the patio and pathways now provide easier access for residents to move around and enjoy all the grounds.
The additional accommodation has been registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
PrimeLife’s Regional Director Shona Noon said: “The residents at the home have a range of physical disabilities, which we took into consideration when we drew up the extension plans.
“The larger rationale for the investment was the need to invest in newer services so that PrimeLife can continue to grow and improve quality of life for all our residents, in comfortable settings that meet their ongoing needs and aspirations.”
In 2011 when Little Acres was last refurbished, a themed cinema room and computer room was created. All accommodation is in excess of national standards.