Heysham House is a five bed, Ofsted registered children’s home which provides care and support for young people aged 14 to 17 years who may be struggling with social, emotional and behavioural problems and associated mental health difficulties. Heysham House offers a 52 week residential placement to young people who are entering into young adulthood and preparing for independent living and further education or work. You can read the Heysham House Statement of Purpose here.
The care team offers social care, guidance and support that promotes independence and delivers the skills needed for young people as they journey in to adulthood. Using a nurturing approach ensures young people are supported to address their feelings and emotions in a safe and secure way. Our intention is that each young person will achieve positive outcomes in their personal, social and learning lives and achieve their full potential. You can read the Heysham House Independence Pathway Plan by clicking on the image below:
All the young people at Heysham House have the right to access and participate in education, to be kept safe from harm and exploitation and to be given the opportunity to participate, achieve success and recognition. The home provides each young person, entrusted to our care, with an individualised plan to support their emotional, physical, medical, social and educational needs.