A successful Suffolk care company has announced its exciting move to a business park near Woodbridge.
Sarah’s Carers, which provides a nurse-led service to allow people to continue to live in their own homes, has established its office in Riduna Park, at Melton.
Set up in 2013, the business is led by Sarah Seaman and Nicola Edwards. With just under 50 staff, they offer a range of services supporting people in their own homes, from just two hours a week.
Previously based at Wickham Market, Sarah’s Carers has grown considerably in the last 12 months, and now also offers ‘Live in Care’ providing people with support 24/7 enabling them to stay safely at home, rather than face the move to a care home.
“It is the perfect time for us to establish ourselves in a new, larger and contemporary home within Suffolk,” said Sarah.
“We have grown in terms of clients and staff, and are very keen to be more visible to the families and individuals who may wish to engage with us to help provide services from personal care to social support.”
She added: “Riduna Park is a great location for us, it’s very accessible, and gives us a fantastic base to continue growing our business into new locations like Aldeburgh and the surrounding area where it has been hard to source care.
“Katie and the team at Riduna Holdings have been extremely welcoming and supportive, and we are excited to be part of the Riduna Park community.”
The Riduna Park site, which is also home to East Suffolk Council’s headquarters, has remained a popular commercial location for growing East Anglian companies since building work began in 2015.
Phase three of construction was launched last Autumn, and recently the site’s landlords confirmed that they have started 2020 with seven of their nine contemporary units reserved in Phase Three.
Katie Emerson, Project Manager for Riduna Holdings, which owns the site, said: “I am delighted to welcome Sarah’s Carers to the Park.
“The work they do makes such a difference to so many families, and we’re very pleased to have them as one of our ambitious and entrepreneurial residents.”
The Riduna Park site already houses 17 companies, and the park has been carefully designed to create open green spaces, and areas encouraging wildlife in their natural habitat.