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Our services

Our specialist therapeutic care homes offer children a multi-disciplinary team (MDT) support programme to enable them to succeed and achieve. We offer a wraparound service with clinical, educational and therapeutic care practitioners all working together to meet the holistic needs of individual children. 

Our services provide outstanding outcomes for children who are looked after.

Our support programmes focus on children and improving outcomes 

Every young person placed with us has access to our bespoke ‘Well Being for Life’ clinical programme and a separate DfE or Estyn registered school. All staff receive regular clinical supervision and attend weekly MDT meetings to ensure the focus remains on the children and improving outcomes. 

We use evidence-based practice and psychometric measures to track progress and outcomes over time. 

Sexual Trauma Services

Our specialist therapeutic homes offer children who have experienced sexual trauma a protected environment and community of adults dedicated to their safety and recovery. The primary focus of the services are to provide an immediate physical place of safety with high levels of supervision and risk management allowing young people to commence working through our three phase recovery programme. 

We offer a wraparound service with clinical, educational and therapeutic care practitioners all working together to meet the holistic needs of individual children. Each home has an on-site DfE registered school and a dedicated clinical suite. There are weekly MDT meetings where individual placement reviews are undertaken to measure children’s progress against their recovery programme. 

A range of psychometric measures are undertaken along with repeat measures to support the most appropriate interventions for children and to further evidence their progress. 

We offer two distinct service areas within our Sexual Trauma hub

All of which offer up to one year planned placement programmes. These are:

Child Sexual Exploitation (CSE) Services
Our CSE homes offer single gender placements for girls aged between 11 to 18.

Complex Trauma Services
Our Complex Trauma homes offer mixed gender placements for children aged between 8-12 on admission.

Medium to long term, typically one year planned placements.

Our CSE homes tend to be located in semi-rural or rural locations. All of our CSE homes provide a separate on-site DfE/Estyn registered school and dedicated clinical suites ensuring that a multi-disciplinary team approach is at the centre of our practice to enable the young people to succeed and achieve.

Our CSE homes offer planned placements for one year. Our focus is to support young people through their three phase recovery programme in order for them to transition to longer term sustainable placements. 

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Medium to long term, typically one year planned placements.

Our Complex Trauma service provides placements for traumatised and vulnerable younger children aged between 8-12 years on admission. We offer a comprehensive therapeutic pathway that is tailored to respond to each child’s individual needs.  This pathway includes trauma specific interventions and our three phase recovery programme provided by our highly trained staff.

The aim of our complex trauma service is to rebuild lives and promote well being for life. This means enabling children to meet their developmental milestones in areas such as life skills, educational progress, establishing safe social networks and achieving a balanced locus of control. This pathway includes trauma specific interventions and life story work provided by highly trained staff. Ongoing assessments are key and regular reports are sent back to the Local Authority on a monthly basis.

We provide a safe and contained environment where children can benefit from protective adults who provide care including facilitating therapeutic conversations with the children about there past experiences.

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We offer a wraparound service, working together to meet the holistic needs of individual children 

Forensic Services

Our forensic services offer an alternative to secure placements with tailored education packages and clinical interventions focused on working towards recovery using our three phase ‘Well Being for Life’ programme. We offer a comprehensive service with clinical, educational and therapeutic care practitioners all working together to focus on the needs of the child. Education is delivered either on-site, in a bespoke DfE registered school or via our two bespoke Tax Academy Sites. 

Our forensic service specialises in working with boys whose early childhood trauma has led them to being vulnerable and at risk of being criminally exploited. They will often have experienced multiple placement breakdowns and have been involved in the criminal justice system. 

We offer three distinct service areas within our Forensic hub

These are:

Complex Needs Service
Our Complex Needs homes offer single gender placements for boys aged between 11 to 18. These are made up of one, two and three bed complex needs homes with 1:1 staffing levels. 

Gang and Radicalisation Intervention Program (GRIP)
Our GRIP homes offer single gender placements for boys aged between 11 to 18 and focuses on young men who have been criminally exploited or radicalised.

Harmful Sexual Behaviours (HSB) Services
Our HSB homes offer single gender placements for boys aged between 11 to 18 – As part of this service we provide an AIM2 assessment.

Medium to long term, typically one year planned placements.

Our Complex Trauma service provides placements for traumatised and vulnerable younger children aged between 8-12 years on admission. We offer a comprehensive therapeutic pathway that is tailored to respond to each child’s individual needs.  This pathway includes trauma specific interventions and our three phase recovery programme provided by our highly trained staff.

The aim of our complex trauma service is to rebuild lives and promote well being for life. This means enabling children to meet their developmental milestones in areas such as life skills, educational progress, establishing safe social networks and achieving a balanced locus of control. This pathway includes trauma specific interventions and life story work provided by highly trained staff. Ongoing assessments are key and regular reports are sent back to the Local Authority on a monthly basis.

We provide a safe and contained environment where children can benefit from protective adults who provide care including facilitating therapeutic conversations with the children about their past experiences.

see our complex trauma homes

Medium to long term, typically one year planned placements.

Our GRIP services provide placements for young people who have been criminally exploited to operate in gangs and also young people at risk of being radicalised. These young people are often labelled as offenders and we are committed to protecting communities whilst being ambitious for the young people to help them overcome their difficulties. We focus on the child first and contextualise any offences they may have committed.

Our GRIP services provide an integrated co-located model where care, clinical and education are all based on-site. Our homes are Ofsted registered and the on-site schools are registered as independent schools with the DfE. We offer small group sizes and high staff to student ratios. The homes also provide a clinical suite generally attached to the on-site school. This is a separate area which enables the young people to discuss their trauma in confidence.

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Medium to long term, typically one year planned placements.

Our HSB homes include a separate on-site DfE registered school and clinical suites that provide a multi-disciplinary team approach to meeting the holistic needs of up to 5 young people.

The primary focus of the service is to provide an immediate physical place of safety with high levels of supervision and risk management, to enable children to start on the journey of working through their three phase recovery programme.

We offer a full range of psychological assessments along with an AIM2 assessment. An initial report will be made available to the Local Authority after three months and after the first Phase of the clinical programme. A further AIM2 assessment report will also be completed after the first three months.

Updated Care Outcomes Reports are shared at regular intervals, in line with statutory reviews, detailing progress in the placement and evidencing outcomes for the child. The AIM2 intervention also covers a variety of modules from Phase 2 and 3 of our ‘Well Being for Life’ programme.

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