Type of Provision:  Children’s Home
Gender:  Mixed
Total No. of children’s homes & other services: 1
Total No. of registered beds: 3
Size range of homes: 3-bed
Age range on admission: 8 – 17 years
Specialist Services: EBSD
Other Education Provision:  Education to be provided in liaison with placing authority’s virtual school alongside the local authority.
Name & Qualifications:  Sibghat Khan, CEO; Barry Cotterill – Operations Manager and RI (NVQ Level 3 Children & Young People and LMC); Anjum Khan, Registered Manager (NVQ Level 3 Children & Young People and RMCC).
Other Services:  The home is a 1:1 setting.
Therapeutic Provision:  The home provides a therapeutic environment with staff available for each young person placed at the home, if clinical therapy is required, this will need to be sourced externally to the home.

Description:

Invigor Adolescent Care provides provides long, medium and short-term residential care and accommodation for young people of any gender, with complex social emotional and behavioural difficulties up to the age of 17.

Children and young people living with Invigor may have a range of emotional and behavioural difficulties. This could mean, but is not limited to, children and young people who are in crisis, who present with Special Educational Needs (SEN), self-harm, mental health issues, children who have experienced or are at risk of CSE, CCE, sexualised behaviours, violence and aggression.

Invigor’s ethos is to be more than just a ‘residential setting.’  It aims to create a ‘home from home’ for the children and young people living with us. A place in which they can feel safe, secure, comfortable and cared for. Invigor will focus upon establishing meaningful and lasting relationships and supporting young people to access the support they require, in order to become the best possible version of themselves.
Invigor endeavours to achieve excellent outcomes for children and young people, in all aspects of their care.

From their starting points, Invigor will have infinite aspirations for them and those who work alongside them.  We believe that no goal is too big and that all children and young people, regardless of their gender, race, ethnicity, social status and ability, deserve to have equal access to opportunities and can be provided an environment where they can feel safe, learn and experiment.