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With over 25 years of experience in providing residential care and supported living services for autistic people and people with learning disabilities, the company prides itself on being able to successfully provide specialist support that improves lives.
The HealthInvestor Awards promote excellence and recognise outstanding performance in the independent healthcare sector, with nominees judged on their contribution to healthcare over the past 12 months.
Being named as a finalist in the Specialist Care category is recognition of the high calibre of work that the Precious team has been involved with over the past year. The nomination focuses on work in two of the company’s services – a London-based residential service that provides specialist support for people with acquired brain injury, and a Milton Keynes-based supported living service that has successfully supported autistic people and people with learning disabilities who have been unnecessarily detained in long-stay psychiatric hospitals to successfully integrate back into the community.
Rory Passmore, CEO of Precious, commented: “Both services work hard to ensure that our service users have a meaningful and good quality of life. The teams model integrated and collaborative care, working closely with outside agencies to support people who often have highly complex and challenging needs. This joined-up working is ensuring that some of the most marginalised members of our society are able to enjoy healthy, safe, and happy lives.”
In recent months Precious, formerly known as Precious Homes, has strengthened its senior team, invested in people and systems, and announced a brand refresh to reflect the changes.
Winners will be announced at an awards dinner on 7 June at the Grosvenor House Hotel, London, that will be attended by over 1,000 delegates and finalists from across the sector. For more information, visit https://healthinvestorawards.com/