Harmony Children’s Services is your first choice for high quality care. With a fresh and innovative approach to help parents and corporate parents with their respite and full time placement needs.
Harmony is capable of meeting the needs of children or young people with:
- Emotional, social and behavioural challenges
- Learning difficulties
- Children in need of a secure and safe family environment
Harmony provides a committed “family” of staff to offer support, guidance and encouragement to help the individual child to overcome and progress on from the issues that have or are affecting them.
Harmony Children’s Services offer:
- A genuine passion to provide a quality service for the child, parents and local authorities.
- An extended, supportive and caring family-orientated environment created with involvement
from the Director, Service Manager, Managers, Staff, Residents and Parents.
- Open and transparent communication between Harmony staff and relevant professionals.
- Regular evaluations based on feedback between residents, families and social workers.
- Regular parents meetings and forums to allow input into how their son/daughter is cared for
and their expectations for their children’s care where appropriate.
- Innovative and child centred care practices.
“Young people, from their starting points, become significantly safer as a result of living at the home. Persistent behaviour, that previously posed high levels of risk to young people’s emotional and physical welfare, either ceases altogether, or becomes infrequent.”
“Over time, young people develop trusting relationships with staff and can talk about what is difficult in their lives. Through this, they begin to listen and use the advice that is given to them by staff.”
“Young people continue to make progress in their lives through living at the home. Some young people have experienced stable and consistent care at the home for over five years. This provides them with a secure base from which they learn the skills that they will require as they move into adulthood.”