Solo Residential Care

Solo Residential Child Care – Weymouth and Salisbury

“The staff team all provide good quality, consistent and nurturing care, with clear boundaries which keep the children safe from harm” – Ofsted 2015

“Children in this home receive good quality, consistent, individualised care from dedicated, child-centred staff”

“Parents, staff and professionals are all pleased with the progress that the children have made”

“A parent said that their child’s behaviour had improved considerably, and commented, ‘I’m really proud of him”

Our Solo Residential Child Care Mission:

An integrated provision of care, education and therapy for children and young people; male or female who display emotional and behavioural problems, attachment disorders or have suffered childhood trauma. They may be unable to live with other children or other young people and would benefit from living in a therapeutic environment, enabling them to move on to either group living residential, fostering, return home or onto independence.

A child-centered bespoke package of care, therapy and education, allowing educational and emotional needs to be fulfilled as well as tailored daily activities to meet the individual’s needs, to engage them fully and promote positive change and outcomes.

All admissions are undertaken following an in-depth assessment of needs and risks to self or others. We accept same day placements if it is felt appropriate and that a ‘quick’ transition will benefit the child or young person providing the objectives of the placement are aligned with the home’s purpose and where appropriate planning can take place. All children and young people are considered on an individual basis.


  • Improved emotional stability
  • Reduced risk-taking behaviour
  • Moving into group and family settings
  • Transition to semi and independent living
  • Improved engagement with education through Five Rivers Outreach Service


For further information about these services
tel: 0800 389 8708 (option 2)
or email:
"Young people live in a stable, caring and nurturing environment that supports them to address their past trauma and complex histories" - Ofsted 2015