The provision of homes and care support for young people with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties, delivering a safe and therapeutic led environment. The aim of this service is to help the young people in our care to deal with crisis or challenges faced and to aid their development of their skills, abilities and understanding allowing them to move on to their next stage of life.
The provision of residential care and supported living gives individuals the skills and support they need to become as independent and confident as possible in today’s society. This can be through fully supported residential care or structured supported living services. Service users are provided with a structured programme of care, vocational, social and independency training to help support their self development, increasing their self discipline and giving them the key skills to make better decisions and have a greater control over their lives.
Independent Specialist Residential Colleges providing bespoke education to young adults with learning disabilities from ages 16 to 25. The aim is to provide students with the skills they need to become self-reliant in leading purposeful and fulfilling lives within a friendly place to live, work and learn. The curriculum offered ensures a great variety of academic and vocationally focused programmes tailored to the needs of the students.
Specialist schools delivering education to young people with behavioural, emotional and social difficulties from ages 6 to 16. The academic environment provides a safe and nurturing environment where pupils can feel supported to develop confidence and self-esteem while keeping pupils safe. Students are given full access to the National Curriculum and to appropriate qualifications such as: GCSEs, Functional Skills, Entry Level Certificates and ASDAN.
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