A safe, nurturing and caring children’s home.
The MeeTwo app provides a safe and secure forum for teenagers wanting to discuss any issue affecting their lives.
Wood Grove creates a safe and caring environment where we provide opportunities for children and young people to achieve to their best ability. Our home provides care, guidance and support which promotes the importance of decision making and taking ownership of those decisions. Our therapeutic approach and systemic based work ensures children and young people are supported to address their feelings and emotions in a safe and supportive way.
We support young people with social emotional and mental health difficulties (SEMH), autistic spectrum conditions (ASC) and learning difficulties (LD).
Safe, Nurturing and Consistent
Therapeutic and Clinical Approach
Short Term and 52 Week Placements
Work in Partnership to Support Reunification
Enable Children to Achieve their Full Potential
Wood Grove offers a nurturing and homely environment to live in. Why not take a look around the house using our virtual tour…
Chris* came to Wood Grove as a long term placement and, at the time of placement, it was thought...
Mark* arrived at Wood Grove following a break down in placement with family members who were...
Andrew* had previously been a reluctant learner and had refused to engage in education for three...
“C is professional, approachable and clearly passionate about getting the best outcomes for children. I felt that C and the staff at Wood Grove quickly gained a good understanding in regards T and his needs."
“They have been able to support T develop his independence, self-care, confidence and self-esteem and social skills.”
“I have absolutely no concerns regarding the care that TB is receiving, Wood Grove keep in regular contact and it is clear that staff really care about TB.”
“The staff are caring and provide good-quality, personalised support to the children. The staff establish constructive partnerships with families and other agencies. This collaborative commitment to the children helps them settle and make positive progress in their lives.”
Home Manager: Stephen Robertson