The SENAD Group

The SENAD Group

The SENAD Group was formed in 2003 and over the past 4 years has successfully created a portfolio of care homes and schools for children and young people with a range of special educational and care needs, together with care homes to support them into adulthood.

We are able to design flexible, bespoke care, education and therapy programmes that meet the most unique and challenging needs.

Children and young people placed with us benefit from our integrated and multi-disciplinary approach to care and education.

Our professionally qualified care teams provide small, caring, safe and homely environments that promote the development of the whole person including the building of confidence, self esteem and self respect. This increases levels of independence and the development of social skills, empowering them to live an enjoyable and fulfilling life.

Our residential adult care homes consist of Winslow Court, a specialised service for adults with severe learning difficulties and challenging behaviour patterns. We also have community based homes which allow our residents to continue their development, enabling them to reach their highest level of independence.

In addition we offer an independent Assessment Programming and Training service for parents and professional supporting children and young people with special needs.

The SENAD Group

The SENAD Group
1 St Georges House, Vernon Gate, Derby. DE1 1UQ.

Telephone: 01332 378840
Fax: 01332 290 598
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Website: www.senadgroup.com
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Contact: Steve Mycock


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