Eden Futures provide high-quality supported living services for people with learning disabilities, autistic spectrum disorders, and enduring mental health conditions. Sovereign partnered the Group to develop its service offering and geographic reach further.
Established in 1994, Eden had created its community-based service offering in the East Midlands and earned a good reputation for its services.
Sovereign invested in Eden in 2010 to help the company meet the growing demand for its services as individuals increasingly look to live as independently as possible, with care packages tailored to meet their particular needs.
Upon investment Eden operated six offices across Nottinghamshire and South Yorkshire and its 560 staff provided long-term care for over 250 adults
With Sovereign’s investment a number of other providers have joined the Group, including HASS, Supported Living and Essential Futures. The combined Group has c.1,100 employees who support over 600 people in locations from Cumbria and East Yorkshire in the North, and Warwickshire and Shropshire in the Midlands.
Today Eden Futures provides a full range of services delivering exceptional outcomes to people with complex and challenging needs, and has used the expertise founded in learning disability services to support specialist needs in mental health and autistic spectrum disorder services further .
Sovereign continues to support the management team to develop the services offered whilst delivering the quality of care which remains at the heart of the Group’s offering.
For us, exceptional quality is a pre-requisite – not a goal – and forms the foundation of our care and is the primary focus for all employees at Eden Futures. Sovereign has a wealth of expertise in our sector and strongly supports our passion to develop the Group. They offer expertise that few others can genuinely offer to management teams.
Andrew Lennox / CEO / Eden Futures
Supported Living - 2018 winner
Health Investor Awards - 2018 Finalist
Public Private Partnership - 2017 winner
The National Learning Disabilities and Autism - finalist