Swanton Care & Community, a portfolio company of Apposite Capital, said May 14 that it acquired Values in Care Ltd and GRS Care Ltd. Financial terms weren’t announced. Values in Care, of East Wales, is a specialist residential care provider for adults with complex learning disabilities, complex mental health and challenging needs. GRS Care provides supported living & domiciliary care in South West Wales.
Apposite Capital-backed Swanton Care Makes Further Bolt-on Acquisitions in Wales
Acquisitions of Values in Care and GRS Care
London, UK – 14th May 2019. Apposite Capital, the healthcare specialist private equity investor, today announced that its residential care and supported living portfolio company Swanton Care & Community (“Swanton”) has acquired specialist adult residential and supported living providers Values in Care Limited and GRS Care Limited, to consolidate Swanton’s presence in Wales and further enhance Swanton’s growth across its service lines. The two acquisitions follow the acquisition of children care specialist Courtyard Care in January.
Values in Care is a well-established specialist residential care provider for adults with complex learning disabilities, complex mental health and challenging needs. It operates across 18 homes in East Wales. Values in Care was recently awarded Gold Standard by Investors in People.
GRS Care is a highly regarded provider of supported living & domiciliary care in South West Wales delivering over 2,000 hours of care each week complementing Swanton’s existing residential services in the area and allowing the business to offer a more complete care pathway.
Anne-Laure Meynier, who led the acquisitions for Apposite Capital said: “These two new acquisitions are great additions to Swanton Group as it continues to expand geographically and further into supported living. It underpins our ambition to build a leading care group in the UK with linked care pathways to better serve the needs of the people we support and commissioners. Swanton is now supporting c. 430 people across the UK.”