The Grange (2016) Ltd, which provides support for up to 25 people with learning disabilities in a range of residential and supported living settings, has joined QEF as a wholly owned subsidiary.

Based in Cranbrook, Kent, supported individuals are mainly from the Kent area and their services are rated by CQC as Good with elements of Outstanding.

Karen Deacon, CEO of Queen Elizabeth’s Foundation for Disabled People says:
“I am delighted that The Grange (2016) Ltd is now part of QEF, as we share core values of supporting disabled people to live enriched, fulfilled lives and achieve their potential. This is an exciting development for both organisations, creating opportunities for growth and shared learning, whilst also expanding QEF’s remit, expertise and geographical reach in the South East.” 

Sarah Edwards, Managing Director of The Grange (2016) Ltd, says: 
“We are really excited to be part of QEF. They have an 85-year history of providing innovative services to enable disabled people to achieve their potential. They also have extensive experience in the Health and Social Care sector. Whilst our day to day services remain unchanged, we will benefit from QEF’s wider support that will enable our services to grow in the future.”

The Grange (2016) Ltd expands QEF’s residential services for disabled people, which already include Independent Living Services, for people with life-long, complex disabilities, and Neuro Rehabilitation Services; providing short-term rehabilitation for people with acquired brain injuries following a stroke, accident or neurological illness.