The latest Press Releases from Ambea.
10 October 2017
1 September 2017
Nytida AB, a part of Ambea, has acquired Brostugegården in Uppsala, a home for people with special needs due to psychiatric and social disabilities.
17 August 2017
”During the second quarter, we experienced a favourable increase in net sales. The operating profit, EBITA, which increased by 15 per cent (including repaid pension premiums), was positively impacted by start-ups and acquisitions, whilst the contract management operations, the temporary closure of assisted living units pending permits and the effect of the Easter holiday had a negative impact.
Patrik Attemark was appointed Business Area Head of Nytida in conjunction with the acquisition of Solhagagruppen which was finalized mid February 2016.
Since 2013, Ambea presents quarterly Quality Reports. The purpose is to continuously present relevant quality parameters, handling of deviations and external scrutiny. In the Quality Report for the second quarter 2017, among other things, the new educational framework for Nytida, a structured and distinct way to work within functional disability.
10 August 2017
Hosts: Fredrik Gren, CEO, Daniel Warnholtz, CFO and Louise Tjeder, Director IR and Strategy.
14 July 2017
Ambea continues its growth in Norway with an attractive acquisition, Varphaugen Ungdomshjem, active within care for children and young.
4 July 2017
Now more children and young people who need special schooling will be admitted to the Nytida VIP school in Sollentuna. Nytida has signed an agreement with HF Omsorgsfastigheter to build an extension of the school so that it will be able to accept twice as many pupils.
28 June 2017
The Rosengård area in Helsingborg will get a new elder-care facility that will be ready to recieve residents during the latter part of 2019. The facility will be built by KIAB Fastigheter AB and Svenska Vårdfastigheter AB and will be run by Vardaga.
12 June 2017
The Allarp area in Laholm will get a new elder-care facility, that will be ready to recieve residents during the latter part of 2018. The facility will be built by KIAB Fastigheter AB and Svenska Vårdfastigheter AB and will be run by Vardaga.
22 May 2017
Ambea's business division Nytida continues to grow within LSS Own Management by acquiring Resursteamet, a Stockholm-based actor primarily in day-care activities for people with acquired or congenital cognitive impairment. The purchase price, which is financed by cash, amounts to SEK 194 million, including a net debt of SEK 6 million.
17 May 2017
Since 2013, Ambea presents quarterly Quality Reports. The purpose is to continuously present relevant quality parameters, handling of deviations and external scrutiny. In the Quality Report for the first quarter 2017, among other things, the question is raised about the value of customer and user surveys in the social care sector.
16 May 2017
Following the Company’s expansion and growth in Norway in 2016, Ambea is now taking a comprehensive approach to strengthen the Norwegian operations. Truls Navestad, currently head of Heimta, one of three companies acquired by Ambea in Norway, has been appointed as Head of Norway from August 1st 2017. Truls Navestad will also become a new member of Ambea’s Leadership team.
15 May 2017
Since 2011, Ambea has provided an account of its quality efforts in an annual quality report. Now, for the first time, the 2016 edition is being presented as a combined report, including information about quality and sustainability at Ambea.
10 May 2017
5 May 2017
Ambea’s project to offer internships, language training and employment for new arrivals in Sweden has once again been nominated for an award. This time by the magazine Dagens Samhälle who awards Årets samhällsentreprenör.
28 April 2017
24 April 2017
Care personnel and case workers in Swedish municipalities need more competence in alternative and complementary communication with persons who have difficulties in comprehension and self-expression. This is one of the conclusions developed in a research group convened by Lära and Nytida in cooperation with Malmö University. The successful initiative will now continue through a more in-depth research project.
31 March 2017
28 March 2017
As of 2019, the town of Staffanstorp will have a new elder-care facility devoted to care of dementia patients. The new center, which will be called Villa Roos, Park is the result of a cooperative effort between Ambea-Vardaga and Roos vård- och boende Fastighets AB (Roos Care and Living Properties AB).
8 March 2017
Ambea announces a new project in which some 30 employees in the Nytida and Vardaga business areas will receive training as guidance counselors and language mentors for asylum-seekers arriving in Sweden. The program is being arranged within the framework of ESF Project KISA, an initiative from the Swedish Employment implemented cooperation with education provider Consensum.
2 March 2017
Next week, the construction starts of Ambea’s subsidiary Nytida’s new housing at Slottsbrinken in Mariefred. Builder is Bällstaudde Projektutveckling AB and the housing with six apartments will be ready approximately by February 2018.
24 February 2017
Ambea has exercised its right to be heard regarding “Setting Things Right in Health and Welfare” (SOU 2016:78), also known as the Reepalu Investigation.
23 January 2017
Care company Ambea has signed a letter of intent with Arbetsförmedlingen, the Swedish Public Employment Service, offering to take on at least 500 new arrivals over a three-year period for internships and training in Ambea’s elder-care operations within Vardaga and disability services within Nytida.
12 January 2017
Ambea has been nominated for Årets samhällsaktör 2016 – an award recognising organisations, businesses or initiatives that have successfully contributed to positive social development. The award scheme was created by communications agency Gullers Grupp. In order to be shortlisted, nominees must have ‘highlighted new perspectives’, ‘influenced the political agenda’ or ‘shown commitment to developing society in the broadest sense rather than within the range of their own business interests’.
10 January 2017
Ambea is continuing its expansion in Norway with the acquisition of Norwegian care company TBO Helse AS on 31 December.
1 November 2016
As part of its growth in Norway, Ambea acquired Norwegian care company Vitale AS on 31 October, 2016.
15 September 2016
10 March 2016
Following approval by the Swedish Competition Authority (Konkurrensverket) of Ambea's subsidiary Nytida’s intention to acquire Solhagagruppen, the deal has now been sealed and integration between the two companies has begun.