National Care Consortium acquires twenty-bed Lincolnshire residential nursing home


National Care Consortium (NCC) has acquired a 20-bed residential nursing home from Making Space.


Gables Manor, with a CQC Good rating, is a Lincolnshire home, providing care and support to adults living with learning disabilities and associated needs.


Adult health and social care charity Making Space has sold the service, commissioned by Lincolnshire County Council, as part of a strategic refocusing of its learning disability services.


Gaynor Chisnall, director of operations,  Making Space, said: “Gables Manor has been a Making Space service since January 2010 and since the beginning, we have been incredibly proud of how our team has operated.


“The love and affection they show for residents and their ongoing commitment to caring for people has always been extremely strong, which is reflected in the Good CQC rating.


“The current team will continue to support residents as they transfer to the new provider, NCC. With NCC’s experience in providing quality, specialist care and the current Gables Manor team giving continuity, we are confident that Gables Manor and residents will have a positive future.”


Tanzeel Younas, director, NCC said: “NCC is delighted to have added Gables Manor to its
portfolio of homes.


“We have a strong track record of delivering high quality services and having met the team and residents personally, we are extremely excited to get to work.


“The team has done a fantastic job in achieving Good overall on their CQC inspection and we look to build on that so that we can deliver outstanding care and support for the residents of the home.”


Warrington-headquartered Making Space offers nationwide residential and community-based services, across mental health, dementia, learning disabilities, carer support and respite provision. The charity celebrated its 35th anniversary in 2017.


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