River Side Education & Young Mothers Home
Giving our Young mother’s a new safe and homely environment, dedicated to provide all the necessary life skills enabling a well granted life pro-paired family unit.
With 9 Fully equipped Holiday units for independent living with all on-site support network.
Self- contained, shared and stand-alone accommodations with optional 24hr cover, assuring a safe environment for our young mothers. Our aim is to enable these young mothers to become more self- sufficient and independent and with this in mind we also provide ‘move on’ flats finding accommodation as a transition from our high support units which gives them more independence while still providing appropriate support and monitoring at 18+.
We work with each parent to ensure their needs, and those of their children, are met. Identifying their strengths and abilities we support them with the following;
- Planning budgets and shopping
- Healthy eating and cooking
- Home cleanliness and personal hygiene
- General baby care and needs
- Bonding activities including baby massage
- Risk management
- Benefits and housing advice
- Gaining employment and independence skills
- Social activities
- Psychological intervention where appropriate
- Resettlement support
Client involvement and feedback procedure
We acknowledge we have a responsibility to monitor and inspect the availability and quality of our care services in our organisation encouraging ongoing improvements in the quality of services we provide.
We endeavor to ensure suitable communication methods are in place, and this is monitored by our Registered Manager and in preparation for ongoing internal and external audits and inspections.
Team Managers complete a Monthly Service Monitoring Form incorporating the views of the service users, clients, family/advocates and staff. The Registered Manager will review any areas of concern and suggestions to improve best practice within the organisation. This forms part of the Manager’s on-going supervision to support workers including weekly multidisciplinary team meetings as recommended by NICE guidelines.
Risk Assessments are always completed with the service user, client and any involved relevant parties. Where there is a concern that a client may not have capacity to make a decision regarding risk, but they wish to take what is seen as an unreasonable risk, we would ensure that due consideration is given on a multi-disciplinary basis.
We believe that a team should be diverse, and have a mixture of experience and abilities. Having a background in Care is not necessary, an ability and willingness to learn, and a Caring understanding nature is.
All recruited employees will be required to provide a National Insurance number, with evidence that it is valid (P45, NI Card) in order to comply with the Asylum and Immigration Act 1998.
All applicants will be required to establish their identity, using photographic evidence (photographic drivers licence, passport, etc.) to establish their identity for criminal record checks, and all candidates will be required to produce documentation of any change of name (e.g. marriage licence), or sign a declaration stating the reason for the name change.
Candidates will be informed that, because the job requires them to have access to vulnerable people, if offered the post they will be subject, on recruitment, to a request for their criminal records to CRB and that their employment will be conditional on that information being satisfactory. They will also be informed that the employer may make repeat checks at any time during their employment and disciplinary action taken if the information received indicates that the employee is no longer suitable, by reason of relevant conviction or listing on the register of unsuitable persons.
As well as Identity details, applicants will need to be aged at least 18, provide a complete Employment history, prove Capacity to work in the UK, provide Referees, (the last employer must be one referee), and be willing to complete Specific health questionnaires (non-specific health questionnaires have been held to be discriminatory)
All newly appointed Support Workers who do not already hold a relevant care qualification will be registered to undertake the relevant NVQ in Care Award (NVQ Level 2 or 3) within six months of commencement of employment and complete the full award within the first year of employment.
In addition Fine Futures aims to promote Continuing Professional Development by providing access to further training for all staff. It is mandatory for all staff to complete a minimum of 20 hours of learning as part of their Personal Development Plans.
Our Support staff complete all of the mandatory training and Mental Health/Learning Disabilities Awareness training. In addition to this the teams undertake ‘bolt-on’ training specific to the individual clients they work with, as well as welcoming Team Facilitation training by the professionals involved with the clients.
Vocational Education with on site crèche facilitates.
The Riverside Education College Will provide Practical Hands on education curriculum.
The Centre Could Have a small Static Caravan site Dedicated to Riverside Education College & Schools Holidays without the Holiday Hype prices. With a inside Swiming Pool, Games Room, Tuck Shop, Park with climbing frames & swings, together with Chickens, Ducks and Rabbits. All in the rural Welsh countryside and 12 miles from the coastline. Makes a great holiday break!
Symbiosis Tree For Life: On site, 6 acres project.
Coordinating: 25 acre orchards in Kent, 2 acres at Clent Children’s Home, 400 tree orchard at Cutnall Green Near Drotwich, and 1 acre at Thornborough Farm in Kings Norton.
Gaer Cottages. Cribyn, Lampeter SA48
23 Bedroom | Freehold | Outbuildings | Secondary Accommodation | Swimming Pool | Holiday Complex
Guide price £995,000
A delightful detached five bedroom farmhouse, enjoying an elevated position with the benefit of far reaching southerly views.
❖Excellent family accommodation with light, airy and spacious rooms.
❖A formal courtyard of traditional stone and slate barns which have recently been re-roofed.
❖Three modern storage buildings, together with a further separate range of modern buildings.
❖Set within nearly 31 acres of pasture and woodland.
❖Further land available by separate negotiation.
Gaer Cottages, Cribyn, Lampeter, Ceredigion SA48 7LZ
Established &profitable holiday letting business within the rural Welsh countryside and 12 miles from the coastline.
•Detached 5 bedroom farmhouse (master en suite).
•Planning permission to extend the farmhouse to rear to enlarge the sitting room and to provide a dressing room and en suite to Bedroom 3.
•Located down a ¾ mile driveway.
•9 holiday letting cottages (rated by Visit Wales as 4 or 5*).
•Indoor swimming pool complex and adjoining games room.
•Set in approximately 8 acres including playground, animal enclosure, paddocks, woodland and river frontage.
•The 8 acre grounds have potential for further leisure opportunities such as glamping, yurts or lodges subject to the necessary planning consents.
•Gross turnover of £62,410 year ending April 2017.
•Sale due to retirement.
|Cash Flow Projection Year 1|
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|1. CASH B/F
|3. TOTAL CASH RECEIPTS
|4. TOTAL CASH AVAILABLE
[Before cash out]
|Salaries Maintenance/Gardener Man|
|Salaries x 4 parental guardians||12,000||12,000||12,000||12,000||12,000||12,000||12,000||12,000||12,000||12,000||12,000||12,000||144,000|
|Audit & accountancy||3,500||3,500|
|Rates or TAX||–|
|Rent Or Mortgage||4,774||4,774||4,774||4,774||4,774||4,774||4,774||4,774||4,774||4,774||4,774||4,774||57,288|
|Light & heat||150||150||150||150||150||150||150||150||150||150||150||150||1,800|
|Repairs & renewals Antenna||120||120||120||120||120||120||720|
|Fixtures & fittings||100||50||1,000||1,150|
|Fire & security||400||400|
|Vehicle leasing or Hire||276||276||276||276||276||276||276||276||276||276||276||276||3,312|
|Advertising – staff||–|
|6. TOTAL CASH PAID OUT
|7. CASH POSITION