Plans unveiled for new purpose built rooms for neurological rehabilitation in Ipswich
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Designs for three new rooms were revealed by the team at The Chantry Sue Ryder at an event in Ipswich.
The group have been look after adults with life-changing neurological conditions in Ipswich for 23 years.
The centre currently has 29 residential beds with the new rooms to be opened in September.
The new rooms will be en-suite and will include a wet room.
The centre hopes to increase the rehabilitation provision even more in the future.
A spokesperson for the centre said: “Having new beds means we will be able to provide more care for more people.
“This will also mean that we will be creating new and exciting job opportunities for the local community, particularly for specialist staff.”
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