Children & Young People's Services
Information about the services provided for children and young people from your Reed Health & Care team in Leeds
What does it do?
Reed Community Care provides an outcome-based, personalised service to children, young people and their families in their own homes and accessing the local social activities and groups, to ensure:
- Health and wellbeing
- Staying safe
- Enjoyment and achievement
- Making a contribution - encouraging individuality and choices
Our services include practical care and support, emotional, social and personal care, which can be provided in a combination of services, which include:
- Outreach support
- Respite at home/short breaks
- Supported living
- Crisis intervention
- Specialist complex care
We work with all the key stakeholders and develop a personalised care and support plan. Care and support is delivered through a highly skilled workforce, which offers continuity of care to help build meaningful relationships, and works in partnership with education, health and the family. We are registered with the Care Quality Commission (CQC), who regulate and inspect our services.
Where is it?
Services are provided throughout Leeds and surrounding areas. Services are provided in people's own homes and accessing the community for social activities, leisure and other groups
Who is it for?
The services are available to individuals, families, carers, guardians for children and young people who may have learning disabilities, physical disabilities, complex health needs, mental health, sensory impairment, terminal illness, from birth to age 25.
How can I get it?
The support may be for after school, school holidays, evening and weekends... our service is available 365 days per year. We can receive referrals from local authorities, NHS, care managers and also from the family member directly. Once we have a referral we will arrange to meet with you to discuss how we can support your family.
How accessible is it?
Our workforce is diverse and staff have a range of experiences and qualifications, which are matched to specific requirements. These may be working with children and young people with learning disabilities, physical disabilities, mental health, sensory impairments and complex health conditions, and we encourage participation in the selection of staff. Our dedicated care consultants will keep you informed every step of the way.
Who do I contact for more information?
Contact us by:
Telephone - 0113 394 2940
Email - Leeds.email@example.com / Community.firstname.lastname@example.org
Post / office - Toronto Square, Infirmary Street, Leeds LS1 2HJ
Office hours: 8am - 6pm Monday - Friday
Out of office hours: please call the branch telephone number
- Care & Support Services Guide