Home From Home Care
Created by parents to make the difference; Home From Home Care provides specialist residential care to adults (18+) with learning disabilities and complex needs, including autism, epilepsy, complex health needs, sensory needs, mobility needs & PMLD and associated mental health needs.
"Inspired by Laura, our daughter and Hugo's sister, we created Home From Home Care. Combining our family perspective with experienced professionals, we create dynamic and therapeutic services around each person in exceptional environments. We offer a full and active life to meet personal aspirations, delivering meaningful outcomes and fulfilled days." - Paul, Ann & Hugo de Savary.
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We currently have 11 separately registered services across 5 locations in Lincolnshire. We support individuals with complex needs who are funded by over 46 commissioning authorities nationwide.
- All costs are based on our in-depth assessment
- All placements and availability at Home From Home Care are dependent on our own in-depth assessment. This enables us to determine whether we would be able to support the individual's needs and offer a suitable placement, which takes into account compatibility with other individuals and also suitability of environments etc. We place heavy emphasis on ensuring individuals who share an environment are compatible with each other, which is not necessarily based on their diagnosis. We explore characteristics and match individuals in this way - we have learnt through experience that in doing this, individuals thrive and develop their potential to a much higher degree. We completely design environments and support specific to individual requirements to create a bespoke package for them. All referrals for assessment must come from the funding authority.
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Created by Parents… The service was created by parents, Paul and Ann de Savary, after they were unable to find an adult placement for their daughter Laura when she finished at a specialist college. They looked at 20+ care homes all across the country and none could live up to their expectations as parents for nice homely environments which put the needs and wants of Laura first, or support her to live as independent and active life as they believe Laura deserves.
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- Transitions to Adulthood (16+)
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This information has been collected from third party providers therefore the Slough Family Information Service website and Slough Borough Council cannot accept responsibility for the accuracy of this information and recommends that parents, carers, young people, residents and professionals check with providers regarding DBS (Disclosure & Barring Service) and OFSTED registrations and CQC registrations