Education & Residential
We support children and young people with complex special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) such as Autism (ASC) as well as social, emotional mental health (SEMH), behavioural, physical challenges or a combination of these.
We believe that education should be individually tailored and delivered in a variety of environments with a curriculum that encourages the development of communication, social and life skills as well as academic achievement.
Alignment of our education services geographically to our residential and foster care services allows us to help children and young people to achieve positive outcomes within a school-based environment, while simultaneously receiving high-quality care within a home setting.
Our homes, available to children from the age of 8 through to adulthood, vary in size with each one offering a safe, secure and homely environment designed to ensure that each individual in our care feels comfortable. Together with our schools, we are committed to helping our students and those in care make a positive transition when they are able to move back home or teach them practical skills in preparation for independent living.
Each student and resident’s individual learning abilities, requirements and academic progression is consistently monitored to ensure that support remains proactive, learning opportunities are maximised and every singular achievement is celebrated.
This approach is further supported by our in-house clinical teams, recognising each person we support as an individual and tailoring our care plans to meet specific needs from the point of admission and throughout their journey with us.