Rigorous assessment with expert support
We use a variety of evidence-based tools as part of a systematic approach to assessment, analysis and intensive intervention planning. All our work is carried out in line with recommendations from the Departments of Health and Education. We use evidence-based assessment tools including the Home Observation for Measurement of the Environment (HOME) inventory (Cox and Walker 2002) and the Child Protection Decision Making SAAF instruments (Bentovim et al, February 2012).
Outstanding, purpose-built facilities
Our facilities are of a high standard and are designed to meet the needs of vulnerable families seeking support, comfort and privacy. Families are welcomed and cared for at all times during their stay; safety and security is paramount.
Experienced, multi-disciplinary expertise
Families are able to access a wide range of professionals with Resolve: we work with social workers, mental health specialists, children’s nurses, health visitors, midwives, psychiatrists and psychologists and teachers. All our staff are highly experienced. Each member of our team is registered with their individual professional body and has undergone a DBS check. We also invest in regular training updates and have a vigorous process of supervision.
Continued care and support at home
Too often, children and families are let down by a lack of continuity when a residential placement ends. All of Resolve’s staff work across our residential sites and within the community, providing continuous and consistent support when children and families return home.