Welcome to Henley House
|Purpose:||Moderate-severe LD, ASD, ADHD, Associated Behaviour Challenges|
Henley House provides a throughput service for children and young people with moderate to severe learning difficulties, ASD and associated challenges. It has been purpose-built to provide specialist accommodation for children and young people with moderate to severe learning difficulties, Autism, ADHD and associated behavioural challenges, children accommodated at the home may also present with sensory impairment, physical disabilities and sexualised behaviours or equally, with complex health care needs.
The aim is to work with children and young people to support them in all aspects of their care, education and health, working towards agreed targets which are set to focus the personal development of children in areas which present barriers.
Henley House location features:
- Focus on independence, education and meeting future needs
- 4 Single bedrooms
- Bedrooms are based on the ground floor and fully accessible
- Set in a lovely residential area near Henley College and University Hospital
Registered Manager, Claire Webb has 25 years of experience within the Education and Social Care sectors. She worked as a care manager for 17 years in a specialist residential education provision, for young adults with complex/varied diagnoses and additional needs. Claire strives to achieve the best possible outcomes for young people and embeds this ethos within her team, challenging and empowering them to use their initiative and think outside the box in relation to meeting the needs of young people.