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Residential Settings

Penarth House

Penarth House provides accomodation for either gender for up to six young people. There are facilities for the children and young people to do their own laundry (with help as necessary) and a family kitchen where they can help to prepare and cook their food.  Penarth House is situated on the edge of the town of Stockport in a well established residential area. Local schools are within walking distance. There is also a regular bus service that goes to and from the city centre. Also easy access to the Motorway and train stations.


Statement Of Purpose - 2018

 

Kamina House

Kamina House provides accomodation for either gender for up to 5 young people with ample bathroom and shower facilities, sitting and dining room, utility room (for laundry) and a staff office. There is a pay phone for all young people to use and a family kitchen where they can help prepare and cook their food. Kamina House is situated in the Stockport area with links to local schools and colleges. There is also a regular bus service and access to the motorways and train stations.

 

Statement Of Purpose - 2017

 

Facilities and Services

Surrounding both house is a substantial area of well-maintained garden, young people are actively encouraged to participate in planting bulbs, seeds etc, or be utilize the area for growing vegetables and herbs, relaxation and participation
in outside activities.

 

Penarth Group is committed to reducing it’s carbon footprint and encourage both organic and recycling projects where possible.
Young people will be encouraged to develop the house through gardening, recycling and introducing their own ideas of decoration and design.

 

Accommodation

  • Penarth house provides accommodation of either gender within the age range 10 to 17.
  • Kamina House provides accommodation of either gender within the age range 7 to 17.

(When considering a referral we always take into consideration the age range of the young people that are currently residing at either home).

 

Whilst the homes are not structurally designed to meet the needs of severely disabled young people, Penarth Group would not reject a young person’s placement purely on the grounds of disability if arrangements can be made to meet that young person’s needs.

The homes will provide accommodation to meet the needs of young people who may have suffered emotional, sexual, physical, abuse and neglect and have developed acute behavioural problems as a result.

Placement plans for each child/young person will be focused in achieving outcomes based around Every Child Matters 5 outcomes.