The Caldecott Foundation has over 100 years’ experience of caring for children and young people who have experienced early childhood trauma. We are uniquely placed to achieve the best possible outcomes for these young people through our multidisciplinary approach.
We specalise in working with children and young people with the following behaviours and challenges:
At risk of child sexual exploitation
Sexually harmful behaviour
ODD (oppositional defiant disorder)
Poor self-esteem and sense of identity
The organisation firmly believes in a clear matching process which forms the basis of our care planning going forward. Our training is geared to matching the needs of the young people to ensure we work within our statements of purpose. Furthermore, our Quality Assurance team offer a robust monitoring framework to ensure that all placement needs are met.
Our young people are given the opportunity to pursue their own personal interests. We value education and the opportunities it brings and every young person has a key worker who will ensure they feel listened to and supported during their time at Caldecott.
Whether you are a social worker looking to refer a child to us, a parent or guardian or young person who wants to find out more about what we can offer, I hope there will be lots of relevant information for you in this section of our website.