Five Rivers’ residential children’s homes vary in style to meet the individual needs of each young person – whether that’s solo or group living, or emergency support.
Bourne House is a home for two young people with autism and emotional needs and who have experienced trauma, abuse or attachment difficulties.
The home specifically looks after adolescents up to the age of 17 who have experienced severe neglect and abuse, have attachment disorders or have suffered childhood trauma.
The service has been specifically designed to meet the needs of younger children, aged between 7 and 10 on admission, who require a period of intense therapeutic residential care.
Osmington House is a warm, caring home with staff genuinely committed to making a difference to the lives of children and young people, holding them at the heart of all that they do.