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360 CRS offers comprehensive residential homes, which will include personalised care, emotional and behavioural support in a nurturing environment for children and young people to thrive. Our trained adults ensure we achieve a holistic approach to their well-being.
An Ofsted-regulated children’s home is a residential establishment where children and young people under the age of 18 live and receive care and accommodation. These homes are regularly inspected by Ofsted to ensure they meet national standards of safety, care, and welfare.
Staff in children’s homes are required to have relevant qualifications and undergo continuous professional development. This includes safeguarding, health and safety, first aid, and specific training to meet the needs of the children they care for.
Residential childcare can be emotionally demanding. Employers typically offer various forms of support, such as supervision, debriefing sessions, online access to counseling services, and peer support groups.
Families and friends are welcome to visit. Visiting time are decided between the adults and young person ensuring that they do not affect existing routines or impact a child’s wellbeing. Sometime these visits need to be supervised.
We encourage family involvement through regular updates, scheduled visits, and care reviews. Collaboration between families and the adults around the children ensures a supportive and unified environment for the child.
Maintaining confidentiality is crucial in residential childcare. You will be trained on data protection laws and the specific policies of your organization regarding the handling and sharing of information.
Handling challenging behaviour is a key part of working in residential childcare. You will receive training on behavior management strategies and have protocols to follow. It’s important to work closely with your team and use the support systems in place to address such challenges effectively.
Working hours in residential childcare can vary and often include evenings, weekends, and public holidays to meet the needs of the children. All positions require sleep-in duties and some can include on call duties too.
We do not operate as an education provision but will support the local authority with creating a plan should a child not be in formal education. We will support with extracurricular activities, home work and other activities associated with educational development.
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