Type of provision:   Children’s Homes, School, Transitional Services
Gender:  Mixed
Total number of children’s homes & other services:  4 
Total number of registered beds:  7 Residential    10 Education Places
Size range of homes:  2 or 3 beds
Age range on admission:  0 – 18
Specialist services:  Autism, Complex Behaviours, Learning Disabilities (North West), Child Sexual Exploitation, Self-Harm, Mental Health, Sexually Harmful Behaviour
Other education provision:  Newlands Hey School – for Children with Autism
Name & Qualifications:   Diane Jones – NPQH, Masters in Special Needs Education

Registered school or other education provision:  Autism, Learning Disability, Complex Behaviour
Therapeutic provision:  At IDEM we use the Positive Behaviour Support (PBS) approach in all our services. Our staff teams are introduced to PBS within their induction and receive ongoing clinical supervision to ensure the PBS approach is fluid within our services.
Other services:   Supported Living
Geographical location:  North West, South West


IDEM Living has developed a reputation for the creative development of bespoke packages of care for young people, who are experiencing challenges in their lives and presenting with behaviour that
requires a safe, consistent yet creative supportive approach, which promotes self-identity and change.

We have a specialist home working with vulnerable young people who have Autism and require highly specialised support. This home is based in Huyton, Liverpool. Alongside this home, we work closely with carers and associated professionals towards transition, supported living and the promotion of independence.

We have two further homes based near the market town of Taunton and semi-Rural East Devon. These homes provide up to two beds each, working with young people who have
specialist needs relating to CSE, Mental Health & Wellbeing, as well as other associated complex behavioural needs.

We have developed a reputation for working with sexually vulnerable and exploited young women, creating both an environment for change and an outcomes based service. We have blended the PBS approach within these services to ensure we provide a consistent outcome focussed therapeutic approach to each young person.