Emotional Behavioural – Types of Placement

Emotional Behavioural Disorder –

Types of Placement

Types of Placement

Working with local authorities, Enhanced Care provides, above all, a high standard of accommodation with Emotional Behavioural Disorder placement and is made accordingly to meet the needs of each child and young person. Moreover, care is by planned admission and the duration of a child or young person’s placement is subject to their individual needs. Furthermore, we can extend their leaving age to 18, if necessary, to assist them in their transition to independence.

Shared Spaces

Inside the main building there is a lounge, games and activity room, a quiet room, a dining room, a kitchen, a visitor’s room, and a separate kitchenette. Further, there is a classroom and several individual rooms which are multi-purpose, including therapy rooms.

Individual Spaces

Everyone likes to have a place where they can be alone to escape to some peace and quiet. At Enhanced Care, with each emotional behavioural disorder placement we acknowledge this. As a result, each child or young person will have a spacious en-suite bedroom. Consequently, it which will be personalised for their needs, and preferences and wishes. This is their allocated bedroom for the duration of their stay (unless for a health and safety reason). It will be decorated how they wish. All bedrooms have a bedside table, a chest of drawers, wardrobe, table lamp and double bed.