Children’s Services
Wales

Wales highlighted on graphic map of England and Wales

Wales Children’s Service

Our Welsh service provides 52-week care, in a residential setting for children of either gender, aged between 4-18 years, who have a learning disability and/or emotional and behavioural difficulties. All admissions are planned to ensure that the needs of the child to be placed, and those already placed, can be met. We make sure the young people we support get the most from every experience and find the best ways to improve their physical, cognitive, and communication skills.

Our home can support children with a range of additional needs and learning disabilities, including ASC, ADHD, communication differences and associated behavioural and medical needs. Each child has an individual, tailored care plan. These will highlight key areas of support for each child, focussing on their sensory, auditory, emotional and physical needs.

“Children receive good care and support from staff as well as emotional warmth and affection. Staff commonly talk about feeling part of an extended family support network for children and about feeling and affection toward them.”

CIW 2022

To explore more about the regions we serve please click on a map area or the links below.
North West | Wales | West Midlands | East Midlands | South East

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