Edgecote House provides a caring, comfortable and supporting environment for up to 5 young people from various backgrounds who are likely to demonstrate Emotional and Behavioural Difficulties.
Young Person Feedback:
“The home is really big, I can’t believe I could have my own bathroom”.
“Wow, I like it, it’s massive. I never expected it to be as transformed as this.
I think any young person who lives here is going to love it.”
“I am honestly blown away, the staff team and young people are very privileged to have a home which is so beautiful”
“All the staff I have spoken to and worked with so far have been amazing and seem so intuitive and willing to learn”.
Edgecote House is managed by Jennifer Cooper, who became the Manager in March 2017. Jenni has been working with young people with emotional and behavioral difficulties, learning disabilities and mental health difficulties in residential settings since 2005. Jenni first became a Residential Manager in 2009 having previously worked in Deputy Manager and Support Worker roles. Jenni holds the NVQ Level 3 & 4 in Health and Social Care and the Level 4 in Leadership & Management.