The children that come to our Complex Trauma service have often suffered such significant trauma that they find it increasingly difficult to form positive and trusting relationships with adults. This means that it is very difficult for them to settle and function within a fostering environment.
Many of the children that come to us have often been isolated and research has shown that they can thrive from group living. Our homes create a normal family life environment, which is underpinned by a clear therapeutic framework, supported by highly skilled care and clinical teams, where our children can learn how to form appropriate and positive adult attachments.
Ultimately our aim is see the child progress so that they can safely and positively transition into a foster care placement when the time is right for them to do so, knowing that we have enhanced their lives and that they will go on to have a more positive life experience.
If you would like some advice or more information on our services and what we can do for you, email us here, or call 0161 507 3723 to discuss a referral in confidence.