Aspire in the Community is expanding its services into Huddersfield thanks to a six-figure funding package provided by The Royal Bank of Scotland.
Aspire in the Community is set to continue its residential care and accommodation, supported living services, domiciliary care, day care and flexible respite care in the town which will create 8-12 new jobs initially to manage the service, depending on the level of assessed care required, and will enable further dedicated care across the county.
Barry Taylor, managing director and shareholder of Aspire in the Community said: “Aspire’s Directors have more than 60 years combined “hands-on” experience in delivering these extremely specialised services – many of those in the North and South Kirklees – and the aim is to tailor the new services to meet specific localised needs.”
“RBS has been very supportive of what we are looking to achieve, and with their financial assistance, we can extend our services for the benefit of all.”
Anna Ellison, senior relationship Manager at RBS said: “This is a real landmark for Aspire Care and a positive gain for Huddersfield and the local economy. I wish them well as they establish themselves and continue to build their business across the county.”