Homes for Support is a Residential provider for Children and Young People based in Cheshire. We provide care and support to Young People with Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties and Learning Disabilities. We are committed to providing bespoke, individualised care.
Children are at the heart of what we do. We ensure that young people’s views are taken into account in all elements of their care. We also welcome the involvement and views of those significant to each child in the planning of care. We consult with Young People, parents, Social Workers and other professionals to ensure that best practice is achieved in all areas.
Homes for Support believe all young people are equipped with the opportunity to develop, grow and build independence skills to enable them to reach their full potential. We are passionate about making positive changes to young people’s lives and we provide a safe environment enabling young people to build lasting positive relationships and flourish.
Children and young people will be deemed suitable to reside together following completion of a comprehensive compatibility risk assessment. We have gained an excellent reputation in securing the development of complex children who have challenged services previously.
Enquiries are made into the religious and cultural background of each child/young person as part of planning their admission into the homes. Each child/young person is, as far as practicable, to have an opportunity to attend such religious or cultural needs and preferences. In order to support the individual appropriately, the staff team will seek out advice, knowledge and support from the relevant religious or cultural centres and authorities as necessary.