Enham Trust launches step-changing new respite service
Leading disability charity Enham Trust last week launched a step-changing new respite service, the Cedar Park Apartments, during an exclusive event on its main site in Enham Alamein, near Andover.
Officially opened by Mr Merv Rees, Consultant Surgeon at North Hampshire Hospital, and the charity’s Chairman of Trustees Prof. Khalid Aziz, the event gave key stakeholders, staff, and clients the opportunity to network, enjoy light refreshments, and view the apartments first-hand, the event also gave those in attendance the chance to learn more about the services provided by the Trust.
As part of the charity’s plans to build a new state-of-the-art Neurological Rehabilitation Unit and array of accessible homes on their main site, each of these 10 apartments offers people looking for respite, short breaks, and rehabilitation stays the space, facilities, and optional care & support they need to enjoy some time away in a safe, supportive, and tranquil environment.
The Cedar Park Apartments have been created to fill a gap in current services available to people and their families looking for respite & rehabilitation services. Also giving those ready to leave hospital, but not yet ready to go home, the care & support they need within our idyllic surroundings to recover and readjust, all within a homely setting
- Peta Wilkinson, Enham Trust CEO
Enham Trust currently supports over 7,500 disabled and disadvantaged people across the country to live lives of choice, control, and independence; The Cedar Park Apartments forming the basis of the charity’s newest venture, growing the services they are able to provide disabled people across the country to live as independently as possible.
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