“Heathcotes certainly manage challenging behaviour very well” Care Manager, Leicester
The Heathcotes Group is Proud to be a NAPPI Centre of Excellence
97% of staff are happy working with the Heathcotes Group
96% of staff are happy with the support they receive from management
"Heathcotes provide proactive support in attaining service users goals" Social Worker, Manchester
"I like to do new activities. I am very happy" - Service User, Wakefield
100% of Families felt our staff know their family member well and can provide sensitive support that is unique to them
“His quality of life and wellbeing have improved greatly. I can’t thank Heathcotes enough” Family member, Heathcotes Eversley
100% of external stakeholders agree that their service user is well supported
“They use a person centred approach and are always looking outside the box for new opportunities for my client” Social Worker, Doncaster
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13th Apr As we approach the long bank holiday weekend, we would like to take this opportunity to wish all our stakeholders an enjoyable and fun-filled few days, and also say thank you for your continued support over what has been a very busy start to 2017 for the Heathcotes Group. With new services due to open in Wakefield, Chesterfield and Salford in the coming weeks, we are set to see the results of some big projects that have been going on behind the scenes over a number of...
3rd Apr Six years on from the opening of our first specialist residential home for adults with autism, in Whitley near Goole, Heathcotes have been taking part in World Autism Awareness Week with related activities at various Group locations. Our service in Eversley was busy fundraising on Friday with staff and residents making posters, baking cakes and decorating the home. Luckily the sun came out so we were able to have a BBQ and lots of fun dancing and playing games! We also held a raffle and...
31st Mar Today we celebrate the 3rd anniversary of moving to our new Head Office in Chesterfield! After many years in our tiny offices above S41 Bar, we took the opportunity in 2013 to acquire the former Derbyshire Times office and distribution depot on Station Road, and designed and commissioned significant refurb and alterations. After a massive project of demolition, rebuild and decoration, we moved in on 31st March 2014 and have never looked back! Our new office provides a dedicated...
10th Mar Heathcotes Group are launching a search this week for Apprentices in partnership with Chesterfield College, and are looking to recruit over 40 apprentices across the country to mark National Apprenticeships Week. We started with the Nottinghamshire Region on Wednesday the 8th March. The search will see over 40+ services giving young people hands on experience, a salary and the opportunity to gain qualifications whilst they work. National Apprenticeship Week runs from 6th to 10th...
6th Mar The latest addition to the Heathcotes Group, Heathcotes Brendon House, will be opening its doors, in Chesterfield, in June. This will be our first move into the Children’s service sector, which we are really excited about! We decided to expand our portfolio into children’s services as we feel it is important to offer the full care pathway the individuals we support. The service will be 7 beds for children and young people with a learning disability and other complex needs aged between...
2nd Mar Five years on from the Winterbourne View scandal, we are saddened that the sector is once again in the spotlight for all the wrong reasons, following Channel 4’s excellent but distressing Despatches documentary ‘Under Lock and Key.’ The documentary focuses on children and young people with Learning Disability, Autism and Mental Health issues, and highlights the failings of large institutions, where people who can display challenging behaviour due to their distress, sensory issues or...