The Hill Top Way
We are a family, and we are stronger when we work together. Our environment is like a jigsaw puzzle where we cooperate through love and understanding to build a complete picture for our children piece by piece. We firmly believe that this is always possible through collaboration. It may sometimes be challenging but we strive to go beyond the limits to achieve our objectives. We teach our young people that day-to-day experiences can be pieced together to enable them to have fulfillment in their lives and reach their goals. They are encouraged to celebrate each step they take along the way! We care and we love!
We take a multi-sensory approach to the specific needs of each child, while our team’s work is complemented by the support of our own psychotherapist.
A Warm Welcome
From walking through our doors, young people are greeted by a warm, smiley, caring team, ready to help them through any confusion and turmoil.
Staff are selected through a vigorous assessment process, involving of the young people at the final stage. The majority of new recruits are already experienced and qualified.
Parents are encouraged to be involved by the completion of the “Parent Plan”. Every little helps us to help others.
We take the initial Local Authority Care Plan and aim to create a masterpiece, reaching above and beyond expectations. The young people are totally involved.
We bring a creative approach to behaviour management, every approach is personalised to the individual, no model is the same.
Key Working Sessions
Taking place regularly with young people, these highly productive sessions assist and inform decisions they may make in the future.
New recruits with limited qualifications and experience go through an intensive training programme and robust probationary period. All staff have regular training to grow their skills.
Who Add Value
Our staff are fully committed to the principles of equal opportunities and anti-discriminatory practice and recognise, accept, and celebrate diversity, as well as the concept of developing social cohesion.
Our supported and residential accommodation includes:
- Children & Young People
- 16 + Transition Homes
- Teenage Parents supported accommodation
- Older Adults
- Learning Disability
- Mental Health
- Personality Disorder
- Shaw House: (small therapeutic home) Complex needs, CSE, SEMH
- Elevation House: SEMH (small therapeutic home)
- Meridian House: (small therapeutic home) SEMH, complex needs
- Milton House:(small home) SEMH
- Oak House: SEMH (small therapeutic for children age 7+)
- Cobden House: (Opening Soon)
Our homes have their own personality, centred on an individualised model of care which allows us to cater for the diverse range of needs presented by the children/young people in a family-oriented environment.
What We Do
We provide services for children & young people with complete needs.
Taylor Made care that supports and fits
Working together to make a different
Care in the community
What Our Families Say
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“Quickly maximize timely deliverables for real-time schemas. Dramatically maintain clicks-and-mortar solutions without functional solutions.”