Adeza Care Homes Ltd provides a number of services to support the positive development of children and young people:

Residential care
A conducive environment which is homely and a safe place that is nurturing.We have a supportive key working system designed to develop children and young people’s strengths and provide assessments and monthly progress reports.

We support and encourage children and young people in terms of their education, either in mainstream or other forms of education. Educational visits to museums, art galleries and other places of interest locally and nationally are arranged.

We organise day trips and residential holidays for the children and young people to facilitate their leisure activities, develop their social skills and raise their self-esteem and self-confidence. Some of the activities include: cinema and theatre trips, paint balling, bowling, go-karting and trips to famous sights.

We offer one to one support and two to one support at the request of placing authority.

Young people who need time out from their current placement, from home or who are in the process of moving to foster care or another placement.

Provide semi-independent training and support for young people to move onto independence using our in-house programme, ‘Ready Steady Go’.

Supervised Contact
We facilitate supervised contact for children and young people at the request of local authorities.

Collaborative Work
We work in partnership with social services, local education providers, health services and other service providers in the public, private and voluntary sectors to provide support for the children and young people.

We offer outreach work in the community such home visits, visits to detention centres, activities, etc.

We offer different types of assessments such as initial and parenting assessments

Education and Training 
We offer to universities and college of further education practice education and mentoring.

We offer assessments for QCF qualifications.