The new campus has been developed to provide a robust and innovative menu of services that meet the current and future needs and life aspirations of young people and adults with severe learning difficulties, autism and complex behaviours which currently prevent them achieving their potential, to access lifelong learning through highly individualised and formal learning programmes and empowering life opportunities.
In developing the new campus we have taken the best of all the services and resources on the site for the advantage of students and residents.
The campus can provide a combined through service from age 11 years to adulthood and includes:
- Rowden House School and Children’s Home
- Cedar Lodge Transition Service
- Winslow Court Adult Home
- Three community based adult homes within a 5 mile radius of the campus
- Community based support programmes
The main goals of the service are to enable the young person or adult to re-engage with their:
- Peer Group
The programme of activities provided at the campus follows and holistic approach to ensure an individual’s intellectual, emotional and physical needs are recognised and addressed.