New Central Belt Home for Common Thread Group!Fri 23 Mar, 2012 // Ismay Currie
For Immediate Release
New Central Belt Home for Common Thread Group - Common Thread to open new house in East Lothian
Common Thread Group will be expanding with a new care home in East Lothian, early this summer. This Dumfriesshire based company are extremely well respected for their work with young people in crisis. They have identified a need for high quality care in the Central Belt of Scotland.
Common Thread’s expansion into East Lothian will mean new recruitment opportunities for their care home. They will be looking for house managers and both day and night care staff to join this thriving company.
Common Thread provides specialist residential child-care and education services to young people who have experienced significant trauma, abuse and neglect during their childhood. These young people enjoy very high levels of care and supervision from experienced, trained and registered care workers as their primary concern is for their safety and welfare.
Common Thread have also recently opened a new house in the Highlands. Julie Joseph, Managing Director of the Common Thread Group, is thrilled to be able expand the important work they do and offer first class facilities for children in crisis. Julie Joseph said “Our recent expansion into the Central Belt and the Highlands demonstrates the need there is for quality child care at a local level”
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Notes to editors
• Common Thread is a residential child care provider based in Dumfriesshire, Scotland
• Common Thread offers creative solutions for looked after children in a residential environment and training for those who work with children
• Common Thread provides both a medium–long term residential service and a short term intervention service for young people
• Common Thread has three further homes in Dumfries and Galloway and two in the Greater Glasgow area. Houses are home to two, three or four young people at a time
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