Parents who grow up in challenging circumstances and often without appropriate role models may sometimes struggle to be able to parent their children and provide a safe and secure upbringing for their child. We undertake residential parenting capacity assessments. We resolve to break that cycle of circumstances and give every child the opportunity they deserve.
Resolve recognises that children and parents who need residential support are often exceptionally vulnerable. Once an assessment is completed that is often the start of the process of learning and being confident in caring for their child. We offer transitional accommodation either during the assessment or once it is completed to enable families to further develop their confidence and skills in caring for their child whilst still having the support of the staff.
A safe and welcoming environment
Our clean, bright, homely centre is purpose-built to meet the needs of families undergoing assessment, offering comfort and privacy.
In this safe and welcoming environment, our staff assess, support and continually re-evaluate the needs of families during their stay.
Our caring and personalised approach
Our approach is caring, precise and personalised right from the start.
Families are able to access a wide range of professionals through Resolve: we work with social workers, mental health specialists, children’s nurses, health visitors, midwives, psychiatrists and psychologists and teachers.
We work in partnership with agencies
We work in partnership with the commissioning agencies – providing updates and information throughout the course of our assessment and intervention programmes.
Our written reports are thorough and robust for use in the court process.
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Mustafa & Isla’s story: parents struggling to cope with their child’s complex health needs
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