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Caring Support at Home's future in Haddenham is now secure!

The Haddenham business, owned by residents Liz Dee and June Jones is in the process of becoming a wholly owned subsidiary of "People-in-Action", a well-established charity who work with both adults with learning disabilities and with the elderly and disabled.

June says "Liz and I are delighted as we were determined only to sell to people who wanted to keep and develop the model we built, which is so appreciated by customers and carers in the local community" Liz and June will be handing over day to day operations during November and December but nothing will change as a result of the sale. The same service will be provided under the same name.

Unlike many take-overs where the smaller business gets subsumed within the larger, the new owners want to extend the Caring support at Home model for doing business to their other operations.

"Our new owners will allocate more resources to the business but want to retain both June and I in some capacity so it is win-win all round" says Liz.

If anyone wants to know more, please contact Liz or June on the usual phone number 01844 291007 or email june@caringsupportathome.co.uk.

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