A care home in the Carmarthenshire village of Llannon in the Gwendraeth Valley has been sold specialist business property adviser, Christie & Co has announced.
Ffynnon Non is a well-established learning disability home registered for four adults aged 16 to 64 years who require support for Autistic Spectrum Disorder, Asperger’s syndrome, learning disabilities, communication difficulties and challenging behaviour.
Previously family-run by SG Care Group, the business was sold to allow the company to down scale and concentrate on its other care home.
It has been purchased by disability support provider, Achieve Together, which delivers care to over 2,300 people in almost 400 services across England and Wales.
CFO of Achieve Together, Garry Fitton, comments, “We are incredibly excited to be welcoming SG Care Group’s learning disability home, Ffynnon Non, to Achieve together. With over 25 years of experience in providing tailored support to those with particularly complex needs, including autism spectrum conditions, profound and multiple learning disabilities, deafness, hearing loss and associated health needs.
“We look forward to working closely with our new team members, the individuals we support and their families, as we embark on this new and exciting chapter together.
“Alongside building on Achieve Together’s existing expertise, the purchase will enable further investment in team members, technology, and the service to help them to grow, develop and to uphold the very best standards of care and support.
“As we all work together to deliver the best specialist support, we will remain focussed on collaboration and importantly, co-production.”
Oliver McCarthy, Associate Director – Care at Christie & Co, who handled the sale, comments, “SG Care Group is an outstanding provider which has built up a brilliant reputation over the years, and this is very much reflected in Ffynonn Non. Following a confidential marketing campaign, we received lots of interest for the home which resulted in multiple bids. I’m really pleased that Achieve Together has purchased the business and I look forward to seeing it grow further.”
Ffynnon Non was sold for an undisclosed price.
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