Each individual is different, meaning what they need from us is tailored depending on their needs, right from the point of placement with Hillcrest throughout their journey with us.
We use a person centred approach to plan and deliver outcome focused services. Using a combination of our own successfully developed core practice models alongside other clinical models.
At Hillcrest we continually strive to meet children’s needs to ensure they have a positive experience of living with us.
All children in our care attend Doctor, Dentist, and Optician appointments. We also have links into local CAMHS teams and provide a safe, nurturing and caring home environment.
Our residential homes provide a secure and safe environment where staff develop key working relationships with children focused on improving personal safety and wellbeing.
Enjoying and Achieving
All our children are given opportunities to enjoy a range of confidence building activities such as horse riding, sailing and mountain biking. They are encouraged to be members of local children’s organisations such as sports clubs, guides, cubs and cadets.
Making a Positive Contribution
Our children play an active part in developing their care, health and education plans.
Achieve Economic Well-being
All our children are actively encouraged to undertake further education. We also strive to prepare them for living independently in their communities, saving for their future through their individual bank accounts and developing work experience.
Adam has become a star pupil with you and your team. I have always rated your school and its way of coping with some extremely high level children.
SEN Team Oxfordshire
Ben’s management of his behaviour has improved dramatically since he was placed at The Bartons. Ben’s needs are being consistently addressed and he is being prepared for independence; this will not be rushed. This is a superb placement for Ben and long may it continue.
Northamptonshire Childrens Services
Simon has had a period of disrupted education and a long period of being out of school, since he has been at Hillcrest he is doing very well and the support offered to enable him to maintain in the classroom has been vital, as well as the support offered to help him develop strategies and ways of managing his emotions and behaviours.
Kent Children’s Services