We are pleased to read that a centre for adults with neuro-disabilities in Redhill (Surrey) has just completed a £3 million expansion.
Kings Lodge Centre for Complex Needs has created the new purpose-built, 25 bed extension to provide much-needed services for those with complex needs.
The centre, which cares for adults with conditions ranging from brain injuries to neuro-degenerative conditions like Parkinson’s Disease, will now cater for a total of 61 clients. Kings Lodge manager Colette Manning, said: “Our new extension means we have a greater capacity to meet the needs of our clients. Our services and facilities are designed to be flexible enough to meet additional needs as we are approached.”