Overview of service:
Wolves View/Wolves Lodge and Hestia House offer residential intensive support services for children and young people. Young people may stay on a full or short term basis, during which they will be encouraged to develop and improve life skills and build resilience and coping mechanisms to general challenges they may face on a day to day basis.
Both Wolves View and Wolves lodge can be considered as a long term placement until adult placements can be sourced or their return to their existing families or alternative family environments are found. They can also provide shorter stays which may lead to assessment and more immediate recommendations as requested by the commissioning agent.
Wolves View/Lodge -This service provides for up to 9 young people aged between 8-18 years old with a range of intellectual and developmental disabilities, additional needs and also social emotional and mental health needs. To ensure that the safety of the young people and group compatibility are paramount Wolves View and its annex Wolves lodge can operate independently of each other or share facilities.
Hestia HouseIpswich 4
Hestia House is a home for children and young people with intellectual and development disabilities and/or complex or challenging support needs. Young people may stay at Hestia on a full or intermediate part time basis, during which they will be encouraged to develop new skills to help them maximise their quality of life and cope with the challenges that they encounter on a daily basis.
The Hestia service offers person centred residential support- The focus of which will centre around high quality assessment of needs and provision to make transitions into services that can maximise young people’s life opportunities for their long-term future.
-- Please look through our statement of purpose and contact the Manager Kelvin Cuffy for further information on 07771 024517.
Wolves Lodge (Annex)Ipswich 2
This is a three bed occupancy for young people whom have social emotional and health needs and/or mild learning disability (based on presentation and risk assessment outcomes).They are likely to have come from previous placement breakdown and/or be a risk to themselves or others without appropriate supervision. The primary aim of the service will be to support the young people via a solution focused process to support the development and recognition of resilience to their trauma, an improved awareness of self and emotional literacy and an understanding of the repercussions to dangerous acts to themselves and others and actively promote safety in all aspects of action and planning.
The service works in partnership with heath, social and education services. This helps towards the creation of agreed outcomes based on areas such as building life functional skills, developing communication skills ,creating opportunities to build relationships with others ,encouraging positive social networks and establishing positive ways in reducing behaviours of concern by meeting young people’s needs more effectively.
Support networks with appropriate groups in the commissioning services such as MAC teams and local Police support will also be part of the service systems.
Contact us at 01473 826192 to find out more about Wolves Lodge (Annex).
Wolves ViewIpswich 6
This 6 bed occupancy service offers residential support to young people with a range of intellectual and development disabilities and other complex needs .The service will provide a safe person centred and enabling environment for children and young people whose behaviours of concern have become a barrier to accessing other services in the wider community. The focus of support will be in the well planned and comprehensive assessments and interventions that enable young people to move onto the next stage of their life with regard to their development, general life support and health needs. The service works in partnership with heath, social and education services. This helps towards the creation of agreed outcomes based on areas such as building life functional skills, developing communication skills ,creating opportunities to build relationships with others ,expanding the young person’s social networks and establishing positive ways in reducing behaviours of concern by meeting young people’s needs more effectively.