In an exciting move set to treble the size of its current office space, Prosperity Care and Wellbeing has revealed its ambitious plans to relocate to Pillar and Lucy House at Gloucester Quays, creating a new beacon of growth and inclusivity.
Following a successful merger in October 2023, the organisation has emerged as one of the largest privately owned care providers in the region, promising a one-stop-shop for comprehensive physical and mental health support.
Colin Beard, managing director of Prosperity Care and Wellbeing, said: 'We are thrilled to plant our roots in the heart of Gloucester Quays, tapping into the vibrant atmosphere and amenities the location has to offer.'
With classes running multiple times a week, the new holistic wellbeing pod will serve as a focal point for therapeutic events, including popular breathwork classes that provide a much-needed escape for individuals seeking relaxation and self-care.
Beyond its commitment to holistic wellbeing, Prosperity Care and Wellbeing is dedicated to supporting individuals in learning new skills, accessing alternative education, and preparing for employment.
The business hopes to partner with retail and food outlets within the Quays to provide supported employment opportunities for those with additional needs or those re-entering the workforce.
Discussing the centre's plans, learning and development coach, Yazmine Nicette, said: 'We want to enable people with disabilities to find
fulfilling job opportunities and have a meaningful presence within the local
community. By offering the necessary support, we aim to showcase the numerous
benefits of having a diverse team.'
As a certified inclusive employer, the organisation is recognised for creating a culture where diverse groups feel valued, confident and able to be themselves, advocating for equal opportunities, believing that everyone deserves a chance to reach their full potential.
But that's not all, set to achieve a remarkable 25 per cent business growth in 2024, Prosperity Care and Wellbeing aims to create up to 100 additional job opportunities over the next 12 months, with Colin Beard emphasising that the 'focus remains on providing the highest quality care and support', co-producing plans with its 'wellbeing warriors' who include people who use care services, families,
employees and the wider community.
Mowgli Myers, holistic wellbeing practitioner said: 'We are excited about the prospect of welcoming more individuals in 2024 to our wellbeing classes and workshops. From tapping workshops to mindfulness and meditation, our goal is to reduce stress and anxieties, fostering a thriving community.'
For more information or to enquire, visit prosperitycare.co.uk or email Colin Beard directly at email@example.com.