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Up to 18
Seven individual bedrooms
Two Bathrooms in main house
One bathroom in small cottage
Two living rooms with soft furnishings, TV/DVD/entertainment package
Quiet area to read/talk/relax
Extensive recreational grounds
Clumber Cottage is a 19th century large property which is situated in Clumber Park part of the National Trust. The home has been refurbished and provides a spacious modern kitchen, large dining room, two large lounges, four toilet facilities, two modern bathrooms and seven large bedrooms. Five bedrooms are for the young people who are encouraged to personalise their space. Carers have allocated sleepover rooms within the main house.
Next to Clumber Cottage is Little Cottage which has the education facilities, additional kitchen and the therapy room along with a bathroom and separate toilet. The Home is set in extensive grounds with a boundary which allows deer, foxes and other small mammals along with many species of birds to enter. Due to the size and location it provides an area for safe play and sports. The car parking and garaging facilities on site are more than adequate to meet the requirement for staff and visitors. Clumber Park in which the home is located offers a wide range of activities including woodland play park, discovery centre, café, Cycle hire and much more.
The town of Worksop with a shopping centre, supermarkets, doctors, A and E and all other facilities including leisure and activities, is a ten-minute drive away. The local bus stop is at the entrance of Clumber park and the railway station is in Worksop. Meadowhall is reached by car within an hour.
On the day of arrival, Young people, providers, and significant others will be given a Children’s Guide, as well as receiving a copy of the home’s Statement of Purpose. The young person will receive a welcome pack and be allocated a therapeutic keyworker in line with appropriate risk assessments to the individual young person's needs. The Key workers role is to ensure that the child’s needs are met, that talents, enthusiasms and preferences are recognised and developed, and that emotional and psychological issues are understood and worked through. The keyworker provides a special focus for exploring and developing the capacity for healthy emotional attachment, in all its complexities.
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