New Horizons (NW) Ltd., are providers of a high quality residential care for children and young people based in the North West of England.
We deliver individualised care packages to young people from a wide range of backgrounds.
- Behavioural Management Programme
- Independent Skills Programme
Located in the picturesque town of Southport and surrounding areas, we work in partnership with local authorities, commissioners, young people and families providing care for children and young people aged 8-18.
Education and Alternative Curriculum
We work in partnership with public and community-sector youth organisations to deliver training, education and personal & social development outside of a formal classroom setting.
Referrals and Admissions
Our referral procedure has been designed to minimise anxieties surrounding the move to a new home and wherever possible our aim is to collaborate with referring agencies in relation to a planned admission.
New Horizons provides supported accommodation for young people who have been referred by their local authority as needing help to move towards independence.
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New Horizons (NW) Ltd., are providers of high quality residential care for children and young people in the north west of England.
We strive to create postive outcomes for the young people in our care.
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Quotes from monitoring visit –
‘ The documentation and paperwork at the home was of a very high standard. Policies and procedures were followed and the appropriate professionals/agencies notified when required. Files were well organised, with items cross-referenced to other files when appropriate e.g. complaints, physical Interventions, Notifiables.’
‘The home had a very experienced staff team who knew the young people in placement well and I observed good relationships between the current young people in placement and the staff on duty.’
‘There were serious safeguarding concerns for X prior to being placed at Beach house. Several missing episodes, drink and drug taking and CSE concerns. X has settled at Beach House with the consistency and support from staff. X has actually turned things around in a positive light where there are now minimal risks.’
‘Supportive staff who are always willing to engage with professionals and I have had dealings with the manager Kathy who is clearly focussed on X’s needs and runs a professional home. I have visited on a few occasions and have been very pleased with the quality of care that is provided there.’
‘The provider presented as very committed to the young people they care for and have a clear and consistent approach to managing presenting behaviours.’
‘We received positive feedback from professionals supporting young people living here; highlighting commitment to supporting yp and getting her access to services to support yp into adulthood.’