The Caldecott Foundation cares for children who have significant social, emotional and behavioural difficulties, due to suffering severe neglect and trauma in the early stages of life.
Providing residential care for up to fifty children and young people aged 5 to 18 in comfortable homes with an assessment centre, on-site school, vocational learning centre and therapy service, Caldecott delivers a comprehensive package of care and education tailored to each young person’s individual needs.
Caldecott Foundation runs 4 homes in Ashford, Kent along with an Emergency and Assessment Centre, as well as a supported accommodation unit to bridge a gap between care and independence. As well as these provisions in Kent, Caldecott now has an Emergency and Assessment Centre in Fledborough, Nottingham.
Caldecott Fostering offers young people security of a family home and runs a unique service, catering for young people who need a higher level of support.
Over one hundred years of experience caring for vulnerable children has given us knowledge and expertise to help them rebuild their lives and look forward to a bright future. Our philosophy is that every child is an individual and we tailor the care we provide to these specific needs. We believe that this combination of experience, child centred practice and individualised care makes us uniquely suitable for the task of caring for our children.