Courtyard Care Limited provides residential care and support to children and young people who are described as having complex medical/clinical and additional needs.
Sometimes these are part of a wider definition under the NHS term ‘Continuing Care‘.
Continuing Care support will be required when a child or young person has needs arising from disability, accident or illness that cannot be met by existing universal or specialist services alone.
‘This means that a wide range of agencies is likely to be involved in the case of a child or young person with continuing care needs. Children and young people’s continuing care needs are best addressed holistically by all the agencies that are involved in providing them with public services or care: predominantly health, social care and education. It is likely that a continuing care package will include a range of services commissioned by PCTs, local authority children’s services and sometimes others.’
Ref: National Framework for Children and Young People’s Continuing Care (2010)
Courtyard Care Limited – operates two children’s home specialising in supporting children and young people with complex medical/clinical and additional needs ranging from long term ventilation needs through to cerebral pals, mobility difficulties and sensory impairments. We have a dedicated Pediatric Nurse specialist responsible for assessment/review of needs, training and sign off of all support workers.
Our residential children’s homes can provide full time (24/7) care and support or indeed Respite or Short Break placements for up to two children/young people dependent upon suitable vacancies.
We believe and actually live this in our everyday work, that all children have the right to a full and enjoyable life irrespective of their needs or abilities. We are known for going the ‘extra mile’.
Our homes are registered with OFSTED and rated as either ‘GOOD’ or ‘OUTSTANDING’ and the last inspections.
We provide safe and effective support for children and young people with a range of clinical, social and additional needs. This is…