Precious Homes Ltd Achieves the National Autistic Society (NAS) Autism Accreditation
05 Aug 2013
Precious Homes Ltd, provider of innovative social care services, has recently received an accreditation which recognises its commitment to the provision of specialist care for individuals affected by Autism at three of its registered care services, namely Mi Casa and Cassini in North London and Albany House, in South East London.
Established by The National Autistic Society, with support from the Department of Health, the internationally recognised Autism Accreditation represents excellence in the provision of care for people with autism and aspergers.
Siobhán Sinnott, Head of Quality & Performance at Precious Homes Ltd, commented, “We are extremely proud that our commitment to the provision of high quality care for people with autism has been recognised by such an authoritative and well respected body. We are passionate about promoting independent living and work hard to tailor our care to the specific needs of each and every individual.”
In order to achieve the accreditation, Precious Homes Ltd underwent a rigorous application and formal review process. The care provider demonstrated its specialist knowledge and understanding of autism across all aspects of care through a range of presentations, assessments and independent reviews.
Siobhan concluded, “The National Autistic Society has developed extremely detailed and comprehensive standards for the education and care of people with autism. In essence, the award acts as a quality stamp, offering complete peace of mind to those choosing a service for a relative or friend.”
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About Precious Homes Ltd – Precious Homes Ltd operates a number of registered and supported housing services providing a range of specialist care services for adults and young people with learning difficulties and challenging behaviour. For more information, please visit www.precious-homes.co.uk or contact Kim Moore, Director of Operations on 020 8826 4343/ 07550 188001.