January 9, 2019

Middletown’s ChangeInc acquires Hartford adult care home

PHOTO | Steve Laschever
PHOTO | Steve Laschever
Derrick Gibbs Jr. has a diverse background in sales, but he's found a niche providing home and behavioral health care to the elderly and mentally ill.

A Middletown provider of non-medical home and behavioral health services says it's acquired a residential care home in Hartford.

ChangeInc, which provides services to Connecticut and Massachusetts patients, announced Tuesday that it's acquired Maple Leaf Manor, based at 614 New Britain Ave., for an undisclosed amount.

The deal marks the Middletown company's second acquisition in the last five months.

In August, ChangeInc announced it purchased Bozrah-based QC Homecare Solutions' home care division. Financial terms were not disclosed.

Founded in 2009, ChangeInc provides homemaking companions, personal care, case management, counseling and other services.

Its CEO Derrick Gibbs Jr.was a member of the Hartford Business Journal's 40 Under Forty class of 2016.

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