Provider of support and accommodation for adults with learning disabilities appoints new Chairman

0
142

Consensus, a leading provider of support and accommodation for adults with learning disabilities, autism and complex needs, has announced the appointment of Iain Anderson as its new non-executive Chairman.

Iain brings over 25 years of health and social care experience to the Consensus Board and has been appointed to help guide the support provider as it seeks further expansion within the adult learning disability care sector.

Iain takes up his appointment on the 1st October 2019.

Eddie Morgan, Managing Director of Consensus said, “I am delighted to welcome Iain to the Consensus family.”

“Iain brings a wealth of knowledge, experience and expertise to the Consensus Board, and it is clear Iain shares our values and aspirations to provide opportunity, choice and success to the people we support while ensuring they can live full, active and meaningful lives as part of their local community.”

“I look forward to working alongside Iain to further expand Consensus into an organisation which is known across the sector as the best provider of personalised support for adults with learning disability and complex needs in the UK.”

Iain Anderson, our new Chairman of Consensus said, “I am absolutely delighted to be taking up the Chairman’s role at Consensus with the aim of supporting Eddie and the team in continuing to deliver a high quality care focus for the people we support. I am joining Consensus at a hugely exciting time as we focus on investing in new and existing services.

Paul Jeffery, Chief Executive Officer of Caring Homes Group said, “The appointment of Iain as Chairman of the Consensus Board comes at a crucial time as our new developments increase the scale of the organisation. Iain’s vast experience of leading successful and high-quality companies will be a great asset to us and I am certain he will add tangible value as he supports Consensus to grow its brand and reputation within the sector.”

Established in 2005, Consensus support 682 individuals in over 90 different services across the UK and employ over 1,600 colleagues. As part of Caring Homes Group, Consensus offers the caring approach of a family-owned business combined with the stability and reassurance of a large organisation.

LEAVE A REPLY

Please enter your comment!
Please enter your name here

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.