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Purchase of two homes takes number of provider’s facilities to 25 nationally

Purchase of two homes takes number of provider’s facilities to 25 nationally

A family-owned property development firm has acquired two care facilities - with ambitions to increase standards to “Outstanding” status.

Every Sensation Care, run by the Nottingham-based Younas family, has bought Oaklea House and Allan House, specialist care providers in Stoke-on-Trent.

Oaklea House, in Tittensor, provides accommodation for 12 service users with learning disabilities, all with single bedrooms. 

Allan House, in Blythe Bridge, has single bedrooms for nine service users with the same category of care.

Every Sensation Care is part of the expanding Younas Family care empire which includes elderly care homes, specialist facilities and a supported living business.

The two latest homes were bought from Grace Care for a seven-figure sum and bring the number of nationwide care facilities owned by the family to 25 - a figure reached in just five years.

The family business plans to expand further in 2022, with three more care home acquisitions in the pipeline, adding a further 200 beds to the portfolio.

Tanzeel Younas, a director with the firm, said:

“We were attracted to acquire these facilities based on client need for learning difficulties - it’s something we specialise in.

“Demand for services continues to increase and learning disabilities is one of the fastest growing sectors in adult social care. 

“People with learning disabilities are living longer and at the same time, the number of those displaying complex needs is also increasing.”

Mr Younas added that staff will continue in their roles, but his company aims to achieve higher CQC (Care Quality Commission) ratings.

“The homes are currently rated ‘Good’ across the board, but we are trying to achieve ‘Outstanding’,” he added.

“We aim to do this through activities that promote dignity and wellbeing, which is the strong ethos of our business.”

Mr Younas commended the work of staff at both facilities, especially throughout the pandemic, and said:

“We look forward to a prosperous new provision of care.”

The acquisition was made with the help of Bespoke Care, which specialises in healthcare sales, acquisitions and consultancy.

Ron and Julie Jeffries, of former Oaklea House and Allan House owners, Grace Care, said:

“We are proud that the two care homes provide a lovely, safe environment for the service users and they have excellent managers and staff.

“We would like to thank them for all their hard work and dedication over the years; especially during the last 18 months which have had their added challenges with the pandemic.

“We know the care homes have transferred to a company with a similar ethos to ours.“


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