Family members, neighbours and members of the local authority gathered at a naming ceremony to celebrate the official opening of Wolverhampton-based Park View supported living apartments.
On Wednesday 25 July, Voyage Care celebrated the opening of the newest addition to their supported living support provision for people with learning disabilities – Park View Apartments in Wolverhampton.
Speaking at the naming ceremony, Denise Flannagan, Operations Manager at Voyage Care said:
I am excited to conquer this journey and welcome our new tenants, who are transitioning well to their new homes. It’s been a true team effort, which has seen us build a fantastic relationship with the local authority.
The development comprises of 16 supported living apartments for people with learning disabilities and other related conditions. Each apartment can accommodate a wide range of specialist equipment to meet the tenants’ individual needs.
Councillor Sandra Samuels OBE, the City of Wolverhampton Council’s Cabinet Member for Adult Services, said:
We have been working with a wide range of partners, including Voyage Care, to increase the range of accommodation available in Wolverhampton for adults with learning disabilities or mental health who want to be able to live more independently, and I was delighted to be able to help open this excellent new supported living scheme.
The people supported at Park View Apartments also enjoyed getting to know each other and their support team while enjoying some light refreshments.
Dennis who is supported at the development, said
The staff here support me. My flat here is beautiful.