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Welcome to Grosvenor House

Grosvenor House supports four children and young people aged 11-19 years with a range of complex needs. This includes previous trauma, attachment difficulties, emotional and social difficulties, as well as mild to moderate learning difficulties and an autistic spectrum disorder (ASD). The property is located in a market town in Herefordshire and is a 5-minute walk from the town centre and near to a picturesque river.

Supporting the needs of the young people

At Grosvenor House, we pride ourselves on our ethos of family and everything that revolves around this. Our relationships with the young people are built on trust and respect, having yielded long term results for the young people which often meant that they have always remained in touch with the home.

Our staffing teams are made up of the Manager, Deputy, Team Leaders and Registered Care Workers, and all individuals work to the same goal of providing the young people with the best chance to grow as individuals and experience as much normality and support as possible. We want the young people to become well-rounded individuals by the time they leave Grosvenor House and we want their experiences at the home to have had a profound impact on them.

Service summary

  • A children’s home that is homely and welcoming

  • Bespoke care packages and individually tailored education services provided by Priory’s Queenswood School and other external education provisions

  • Rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted during the latest inspection

  • A range of comfortable internal facilities, including a large kitchen area, separate dining room and lounge, large enclosed garden and all of the young people also have their own individualised bedrooms

  • Access to a range of therapeutic assessments and services

  • A wide variety of both on-site and community-based activities

The facilities available

The home is warm and cosy with no rooms being overly large or intimidating. The bedrooms all differ but each has their own en-suite bathroom. There is a range of communal spaces and the garden is large and enclosed, and regularly maintained with plans to have a vegetable plot and chickens in the future.

A range of activities

Young peoples’ activities are tailored to their individual needs and likes, as each has different hobbies and interests. The children and young people at the home have enjoyed the following activities:

  • Clubs

  • A gym

  • Swimming

  • Cinema

  • Horse riding

  • Conventions

  • Bowling

  • Seasonal activities such as Halloween

  • Dog walking