Outcomes First Group is pleased to announce the acquisition of 3 Dimensions Care from Rachel Syrett, Head of Service, and other shareholders on Tuesday, 2nd March 2021.
Established in 2004, 3 Dimensions Care provides both day and residential services to young people and adults with learning disabilities and communication difficulties including autism. It also supports and cares for children who have suffered developmental trauma, neglect and abuse during their early life leading to attachment difficulties and challenging behaviour. The organisation is registered by both Ofsted and The Care Quality Commission and holds Autism Accreditation with the National Autism Society.
Rachel Syrett, Head of Service at 3 Dimensions Care said “’I look forward to working within Outcomes First Group and I am excited about the opportunities and continued quality of service the transition will bring the children and teams within 3 Dimensions”
3 Dimensions has two residential children’s homes in Somerset and Devon, one young adult learning disabilities care home and a Special Educational Needs school.
Richard Power, Managing Director for Outcomes First Group Education and Care division said, “It gives me great pleasure to welcome Rachel Syrett and the team at 3 Dimensions to the Outcomes First Group family. 3 Dimensions’ expertise in providing specialist education that empowers children, young people and adults with learning disabilities makes it a valuable addition to our complex needs service. 3 Dimensions will enable us to expand our presence in the South West, supporting our work as a leading Special Educational Needs provider dedicated to building incredible futures.”
Outcomes First Group – the UK’s leading children’s service provider – provide individually tailored support plans for each child and young person in their care across the country, thus creating a safe and nurturing environment in which these individuals can learn, grow and succeed. This acquisition extends Outcomes First Group’s portfolio by a Special Educational Needs school, two children’s homes, and one young adult learning disabilities care home, all of which homes and school will continue to operate under their existing Ofsted registrations.