We provide person-centred care for young people, enabling them to achieve a better future. We offer therapeutic crisis intervention residential accommodation that supports young people with better coping mechanisms. Our services enable Looked after Children to gain the skills and confidence to progress from residential homes to semi-independent living or returning home to their families whenever it is possible.
•Children Residential Care (8-16years)•Young People Supported and Semi-Independent living (16-18years)•Short-Term and Long-Term Placements•Planned and Emergency Placements
Residential Care for Children & Young People
We take referrals for young people with emotional and behavioural difficulties from all backgrounds aged 8-16years. We also take referrals for young people leaving care aged between 16-18years preparing for independent living. To submit a referral please send an email firstname.lastname@example.org
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"The children at this home receive good quality care and are making good progress from starting points" January 2020"Children voice their views during key working and residents meeting" January 2020"Relationships between the school and home staff are particularly strong. Good communication means that children transition from home to school is well managed and regular information sharing helps the children to be organised" January 2020Read more..
"The children regularly reviewed risk assessments, are individual, informative and guide the staff in keeping the children safe" March 2020"Safeguarding concerns are managed well. The Manager reports concerns to the Designated Officer and follows the advice given. The staff have undertaken relevant safeguarding training and they report and record concerns appropriately" March 2020.“Safeguarding issues are promptly investigated, recorded and resolved in a timely manner. All the staff attend safeguarding training. They know what to do if they have a concern about a child’s well-being”Ofsted July 2019“Individual placement plans, behaviour plans and risk assessments are of good quality. Records give a clear and vivid description of the work undertaken to meet children’s behavioural and care needs. Any potential risks are swiftly identified, and plans are updated.”Ofsted July 2019“Children’s views are listened to and acted on. Their views are gathered through house meetings, key-work sessions and ongoing discussions with the staff”Ofsted June 2019“Staff feel that they have access to the necessary training courses to help them to identify areas of concern and risk for children. This includes the risks associated with child sexual and criminal exploitation, and radicalisation”.Ofsted June 2019