The specialist provider of rehabilitation and residential care for adults with acquired brain injury or learning disabilities in Northampton will now be known as Richardson Care.

Laura Richardson-Cheater, managing partner, says: “We believe that social inclusion, community participation, dignity and respect, combined with tailored therapeutic input are key to enabling service users to fulfil their potential.”

She continues: “After celebrating our 30th anniversary last year, we felt the time was right to update our identity.

“We realised that over the years, ‘Richardson’ has become the name of our extended family and includes all of the service users and staff within the organisation.

“It is also a brand encompassing the values that we stand for: high quality care, professionalism and placing the service user at the centre of everything we do. It made sense to become ‘Richardson Care’ to take us forward in the future.”

Richardson Care remains a family business and is one of the few independently owned and run specialist care providers in the country.

It continues to innovate in its approach to supporting adults with complex needs, delivering positive outcomes for the people in its care.

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