During these difficult times our dedicated teams are working around the clock to continue looking after our young people. To facilitate social distancing, our office based support staff will be working from home wherever possible and can be contacted using the numbers on our Contact Us page. We are still reviewing all referrals, offering placements where relevant, and planning for young people to move into our homes where it is safe to do so. Despite the challenges we all face during these testing times, we are committed to supporting you and our young people.
Remembering those people who help us every day, and those who give their lives to enable us to live in a safer world, was the topic of conversation and activities within our homes this weekend.
As an organisation we strive for excellence in all aspects of our care, education and therapy, the basis of which relies heavily on building a positive, effective and respectful trust between the staff and young people alike.
"Myself, the staff and the healthy environment around me”...none of which would happen without TRUST!
Thanks to Sue Tucker for her interpretation of the Oracle Model.
As the nights drew in our young people made the most of the Halloween season and took themselves trick or treating with friends and staff. This was accompanied by pumkin carving and enjoying time together.
The art of pumpkin carving did not get forgotten about over the Halloween period.