We were thrilled this week when the Eastern Daily Press visited us to talk about our innovative new offering at Westfield House.

Westfield House welcomed its first resident last week since its £80,000 renovation from a care home for the elderly into a progressive and pioneering provision for individuals with Autism and other characteristically similar diagnoses.

Westfield (2)care does not have the best reputation at the moment but rather than being somewhere for life Westfield House will treat each resident as an opportunity to be progressive and enable individuals to improve their independent living skills and be discharged into supported living.

Regional Manager Leon Smith said: “We want to go above and beyond what is required by the Care Quality Commission.

Read the full story here: http://www.edp24.co.uk


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