We provide accommodation that is safe and secure for each young child to meet their individual care needs.
To understand the residential care needs of a young child we liaise with local Councils and the family of the young child to construct a personalised care plan, which in turn helps us provide a personalised living environment for the young child. Our staff offer around the clock service to ensure that each young person’s needs are promptly met during the day as well as at night.
Types of accommodation:
2 bedroom houses
3 bedroom houses
4 bedroom houses
We believe in person-centred care, thus for each individual child in our residential care homes, we provide care that is based on their needs.
We take a proactive approach to understand the unstated needs of the young children and plan shift schedules to meet those needs per their care plan.
If the young child requires any physical support, then we can attend to those needs as our staff are trained accordingly maintaining the privacy and dignity of each individual.
Our residential care homes are equipped to offer support with care in mental health. The care staff provide services that ensure there is a sense of security and belongingness.
JC4C delivers care that meets the personal requirements, along with encouraging a positive outlook for having a healthy lifestyle for young children.
We look after individuals from a wide range of backgrounds and ethnicities. When required, our in-house mentor offers help to enhance the social skills of young individuals to develop their confidence and independent living.
Complex Care Services
We offer support to children who have several complex care services consisting of but not limited to:
Child sexual exploitation
Post-traumatic stress disorder
Misuse of substances in a household
We aim to cater for the children’s needs in the required way by our care team being trained in complex care services. We work with the children with a goal of recovery so they can stay happy and have a life filled with success.
The children we care for are encouraged to participate in hobbies and activities that they enjoy. The principal reason for doing this is to help develop the independence and social skills of the children, allowing them to lead healthier lives.
The activities consist of, but are not limited to:
- Sports, e.g., Football, Basketball and Baseball
- Social clubs e.g., Singing classes and Dance teams
- Providing support to pass their driving test
- Learning new trades, e.g., mechanics, engineering and more…