Swanton Care and Community has secured a refinancing arrangement worth £32 million that will help it maintain and expand support work for people with complex conditions including learning disabilities, mental health and autism, acquired brain injuries (ABI) and neuro rehab.
Founded in 2006, Swanton Care and Community is a national provider running registered care homes, care homes with nursing and community based supported living and domiciliary care.
The organisation works with families, carers, social workers and care teams to really understand the causes of any challenging behaviour and then support the person to maximise the quality of their life and community interactions.
This latest refinance of £32m from a RBS-led syndicate that also includes AIB ensures Swanton Care and Community can continue to provide the highest quality of care that puts the people they support in control of their lives, no matter what challenges they face.
Swanton Care and Community CEO Dr Alison Rose-Quirie (pictured above) said: “We are delighted to have agreed this refinancing deal with our long-term partners at RBS who we have worked with since 2006.
“The agreement secures the long-term future of Swanton Care and Community and assures that we are well placed to continue to provide the highest quality, person-centred care for our service users right across the UK.”
Gavin White, director, RBS adds: “Swanton Care and Community is a forward thinking organisation that is inspired by innovation and collaborative in its approach to focused outcomes and best practice fitting our ideal customer profile. We are delighted to be able to support their ambitions and the essential service they provide to vulnerable people across the UK.”