Kimarchie Health & Social Care

Children Services

The services provide include

  • Giving young people the opportunity to speak up, freedom to choose and make a decision and to know that they will make mistakes but can still grow from them.
  • Working with various partners and organisations to add value to the service (Workers, Schools, SENS health professionals, police, and other agencies).
  • Arranging and attending appointments, LAC reviews and necessary meetings.
  • Helping with cleaning, and bed making whilst promoting young adult’s independence
  • Taking young adults to college activities
  • Helping young adults in preparing meals
  • Administering medication where necessary
  • Accessing specialist services i.e., counselling, therapy etc.
  • Looked After Children (LAC) and Leaving Care aged 16 to 18 years or up to 24 years in some ¬†circumstances.
  • Unaccompanied Asylum-Seeking Children (UASC) aged 16 and 18 years.
  • UASC of 18 to 21 years with no recourse to public funds subject to a Human Rights assessment. ¬†
  • Young people who are homeless aged 16 and 17 years. ¬†
  • Young people remanded through the youth justice system aged 16 and 17 years.
  • Provide supplementary staff within establishment or family environment
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Who we provide services for

The young people we accommodate and support have varying needs which may include:

  1. Support Leavers.
  2. Ages 16-24
  3. Challenging behaviour
  4. Asylum Seekers
  5. Criminal and sexual exploitation, grooming and gangs
  6. Care Leavers
  7. Substance misuse issues
  8. Homeless young people
  9. Offending behaviour and complex needs
  10. Unaccompanied asylum-seeking children.
  11. Young persons who have experienced a previous placement
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