Specialist Services: EBD
Type of Provision: Residential Children’s Home
Total No. of children’s homes & other services: 1
Total No. of registered beds: 4
Age range on admission: 8 – 18 years
Other Education: All children in our care are expected to receive 25 hours of education per week, which is their full entitlement.
Names & Qualifications:
James McCabe – Responsible Individual
- QCF Level 5 Diploma in Leadership for Health and Social Care and Children and Young People’s Services
- WT QCF Level 7 Extended Diploma in Strategic Management
- Advanced Diploma in Social Work Studies
- Designated Safeguarding Lead
Sharlin Rathod – Home’s Manager
- Level 5 Diploma Leadership and Management Children’s Residential (working towards)
Level 3 Diploma in Residential Childcare
Therapeutic Provision: In-house Dance Movement Psychotherapist (RDMP).
Other Services: Therapy dogs that visit the home, access to private farm, membership to Branston Golf & Country Club.
Stanley House, the first children’s care home for Pathways Residential Child Care, is located in South Derbyshire in a beautiful semi-rural location on the outskirts of Burton on Trent, and only a short drive away from the city of Derby. The property is a large four-bedded home with an enclosed garden, and plenty of comfortable communal areas for children to enjoy their time.
The management and staff team at Stanley House view each child as an individual, and each care package is therefore carefully tailored to meet the needs of each young person. Helping our children to achieve the very best possible outcomes is integral to our ethos, which is why we offer the support of a qualified in-house dance and movement therapist who works with our children to support them in dealing with trauma and challenges. In order to promote health and wellbeing, our children also have membership to Branston Golf and Country Club where they can access the gym and leisure facilities.
Stanley House and Pathways Residential Child Care Ltd. share a vision of providing meaningful care that can make a real difference to children’s lives. Our ethos, therefore, is to offer a safe, nurturing, caring, and loving family environment for children to recoverin, whilst offering consistent, non-judgmental support, and guidance, and providing professional help and support where necessary. We also know the importance of listening to the child and building their resilience, self-confidence, self-esteem, and self-efficacy.