Salutem has held muted celebrations to mark its third anniversary, encouraging staff and service users at many of its 120 services nationwide to hold their own bake offs.
Salutem was formed in April 2017, when Pathways Care Group and Modus Care were brought together. They were followed by Clearwater Care and in April 2018, the company acquired the former Scope services under the banner of Ambito Care and Education.
The company aims to provide dedicated care and support to its service users who have a range of complex needs, encompassing both physical and mental disabilities and from individuals who require round-the-clock care, to supported living and day services.
On the anniversary of its inception, the company’s CEO, John Godden, has praised the work of staff in rising to the challenge of the lockdown and promised that the company will continue to grow and strive for excellence.
John said: “It’s been a fantastic three years and we have achieved an awful lot. The dedication, commitment and contagious enthusiasm of our staff has powered along the road to our ultimate aim of becoming the go-to care provider for adults and children with complex needs.
“I’m incredibly proud of the way the Salutem team has risen to the challenge of the COVID-19 crisis and I’m sure, when it’s all over, we’ll be a stronger team for it.
“We will continue to grow in coming years, developing our offer and bringing in new organisations and facilities so that we can offer them the financial stability, access to investment and all the resources they need to blossom.”