We support young people who may be with us long term while they prepare for the next stage of life.
When young asylum seekers are placed with us, we help them assimilate to their new environment and community.
We offer assistance to young people who have learning disabilities through individualised educational plans so that they too can get an education and secure a future.
As caregivers, we communicate with dementia patients in a positive, patient, and respectful way, keeping things organized and making sure food is within their reach at all times. We take time to talk to them and try to understand triggers for difficult behaviors without doing everything for them.
We work with local councils to provide short term support for young people who may be in crisis for example homelessness.
Our role is not to judge, but to provide the best of support to all young people in our care, regardless of their background.
We help young people with challenging behaviors such as drug and alcohol abuse to develop into respectable and responsible adults.
Mental health affects how we think, feel, and act. It also helps determine how we handle stress, relate to others, and make healthy choices. We are devoted to fully understanding our patients in order to adequately assist them and help them in re-enabling recovery from poor mental well-being.
We provide outreach support to young people in their own accommodation to ensure their well-being.
When you are young, it can be daunting to find out you have an unplanned pregnancy but help and support is available.
We offer support and ensure that the road to recovery begins by identifying the underlying issues that drive their eating disorder and finding healthier solutions.
Physical disability is a limitation on a person's physical functioning, mobility, dexterity or stamina however it does not entail inability. We care for the physically challenged and help them to lead normal lives according to their individual capabilities.