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All-clear for cancer, thanks to Voyage Care’s team in Scarborough

All-clear for cancer, thanks to Voyage Care’s team in Scarborough

One of the people supported by Voyage Care has been given the all-clear for bladder cancer – just in time for her 60th birthday – thanks to the keen eye and dedication of their staff team at Derwent Cottage in Scarborough.   The person has autism, with extremely complex needs and severe communication barriers. Staff […]

10th January 2018 | By | Reply More
‘Good’ rating for Voyage Care home in Southampton

‘Good’ rating for Voyage Care home in Southampton

A Voyage Care home in Southampton, which looks after adults with mild to moderate learning disabilities, aged-related illnesses and dementia, has received a ‘Good’ rating from the Care Quality Commission.   Ivydene, in the Portswood area, is home to six people aged from early 50s to mid-80s and is well-equipped to provide care for people […]

5th January 2018 | By | Reply More
Voyage Care get into the Christmas party spirit!

Voyage Care get into the Christmas party spirit!

The Elite Venue in Gravesend played host to over 120 people with learning disabilities, autism or both from a number of Voyage Care homes – as well as their support staff – at a celebration Christmas party.   Guests from across the South East region enjoyed a live band, party food and fun competitions, as well […]

27th December 2017 | By | Reply More
Voyage Care launches enhanced autism specialism

Voyage Care launches enhanced autism specialism

Leading provider of specialist care and support, Voyage Care, has launched an enhanced autism specialism which will establish them at the forefront of support for autistic people.   The autism specialism, part of a three-year growth strategy, was launched at two events for Voyage Care service managers from across the UK, where the new autism-specific […]

11th December 2017 | By | Reply More
Care leaders respond to MPs’ call for major reforms to social care funding

Care leaders respond to MPs’ call for major reforms to social care funding

Learning Disability Voices, a coalition of charities, not for profit and independent providers of learning disability care has responded to the Communities and Local Government Select Committee’s report on adult social care. Andrew Cannon, Co-Chair of Learning Disability Voices has welcomed the Committee’s report and supports its recommendations.  Andrew Cannon, Co-Chair of Learning Disability Voices […]

31st March 2017 | By | Reply More
Third Voyage care home rated ‘Outstanding’

Third Voyage care home rated ‘Outstanding’

Following Barley Close’s outstanding rating this month by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) Voyage now operates three of the 17 outstanding residential homes in the learning disabilities and 18-65 age group category. Barley Close, a care home for ten individuals with learning and physical disabilities in Devon, received the rating following a routine inspection in […]

7th July 2016 | By | Reply More
Care team strengthened as Voyage Care confirms new appointments

Care team strengthened as Voyage Care confirms new appointments

Sue Donley has been appointed human resources director, while Alan Marshall joins as Voyage Care’s first managing director for community services.   A highly experienced HR professional, Sue will take responsibility for delivering Voyage Care’s recruitment strategy and managing employee relations. She will also be looking at ways of enhancing the company’s existing training and […]

29th September 2015 | By | Reply More
Wetlands animal park hosts fishing competition for adults with learning disabilities

Wetlands animal park hosts fishing competition for adults with learning disabilities

Retford’s Wetlands Animal Park played host to a unique competition this month (9 July) as anglers from across the UK took part in a fishing tournament for adults with learning disabilities and acquired brain injuries.   Organised by Voyage Care, the UK’s leading provider of services for people with learning disabilities, the tournament attracted 20 […]

28th July 2015 | By | Reply More
Voyage Care celebrate staff awards

Voyage Care celebrate staff awards

Dedicated care workers have been recognised for their hard work and professionalism at a national awards ceremony hosted by leading social care provider, Voyage Care.   Held at Coombe Abbey Hotel in Coventry, Voyage Care’s annual staff awards celebrated outstanding achievement and excellence in five categories including manager of the year, team of the year […]

9th July 2015 | By | Reply More
Voyage Care appoints new CEO

Voyage Care appoints new CEO

Voyage Care, one of the UK’s leading providers of support for adults with learning disabilities and acquired brain injuries, has appointed Andrew Cannon as its new chief executive officer with effect from 25 August 2015.   Mr Cannon is currently managing director of Care Services UK for Bupa, where he has worked for the last […]

9th June 2015 | By | Reply More
Voyage Care opens Nuneaton supported living scheme

Voyage Care opens Nuneaton supported living scheme

A new purpose-built supported living scheme for adults with learning disabilities and complex needs has opened in Nuneaton.   Operated by leading social care provider Voyage Care, Savoy Gardens comprises 17 self-contained one and two bedroom apartments.       Designed to cater for the needs of individuals, whilst retaining a modern, comfortable and relaxed […]

7th May 2015 | By | 1 Reply More
Voyage Care buy Autism company

Voyage Care buy Autism company

Healthcare property consultant HPC has announced the sale of a company providing specialist care services to adults with autism. The business, operating as Redcliffe House Ltd, is based in Nottinghamshire and has been acquired for an undisclosed sum by Voyage Care, a major provider of support services for people with learning disabilities, brain injuries, autism […]

18th March 2015 | By | Reply More
£375 million deal secures sale of specialist care provider

£375 million deal secures sale of specialist care provider

A consortium of Partners Group, the global private markets investment manager, Duke Street, the European mid-market buy-out sector specialist, and Tikehau, the multi-asset class investment manager, today announced the acquisition of Voyage Care on behalf of their clients from HgCapital, the European private equity investor, in a GBP 375 million transaction. Voyage Care, headquartered in […]

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