Our partnership with Cambridgeshire County Council

Radis has been working with Cambridgeshire County Council for 10 years.

Since taking over an established Visiting Care provider Brook Care, in 2010, Radis has grown to become a strategic provider of community care in the county, working closely with the Council to provide both Visiting Care and Extra Care services to help local older and vulnerable people to remain safe, well and independent.

A partnership spanning more than 10 years

Helping people live independently in their own homes including Extra Care Housing schemes

Supporting people to return home from hospital

“We very much consider ourselves an integral part of the community in Cambridgeshire. Through the range of different services that we provide, we offer older and vulnerable local people the opportunity to live the lives they choose and to remain independent and well.

“Of course, this is only achieved by working with our partners in the area. As our services have expanded, we have built successful relationships with a number of local organisations to ensure the smooth transition of staff between organisations and to work together to provide high quality services.”

Karen FarrantArea Manager for Cambridgeshire
  • Radis takes over Brook Care

  • Becomes strategic provider for Visiting Care services in Huntingdonshire

  • Care and support services in five extra care schemes transfer from the Council to Radis

  • Successful transfer of clients from Broadleas Court in St Ives, to nearby Eden Place extra care scheme

  • Care services in sixth extra care scheme, Poppyfields in St Neots commences

  • Selected as one of three partners to run a county-wide ‘Discharge and Transition Service’ supporting people to be discharged from hospital back to their homes

  • Extra care services commence at Ditchburn Place extra care housing scheme

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