3 Dimensions Care Limited

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Description

3 Dimensions Care Limited specialise in providing a safe, secure learning environment for young people and adults with special needs and challenging behaviour.

For over 10 years they have been providing provisions for children and adults with learning disabilities, vulnerability in the community and communication difficulties, including ASD.

They provide residential care and schooling with a wide range of services, including residential placements, educational day placements, or placements that require both.

3 Dimensions School is an approved, independent special school for 16 pupils aged 7 to 25, providing Key Stage 2 up to secondary and post 16 education.

The school is also accredited by the National Autistic Society for the quality of its provision. NAS accreditation is a highly regarded quality standard and recognises the outstanding work the school undertakes in delivering an educational curriculum to pupils with autistic spectrum disorder (ASD) and other related communication difficulties.

3 Dimensions School has been re-accredited until April 2019.

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  • Services for young people 3 Dimensions residential care and school provide the following services for young people: Full residential 52 week Boarding 38 week Day tuition Respite (for boarders only) The school and homes are registered for boys and girls with: Social and emotional difficulties Language and communication difficulties Behaviour and learning difficulties including Autistic Spectrum Disorder (ASD) and Asperger’s Syndrome. Services for adults They support transitions for those about to enter into adult services, including arranging visits to the new centre and providing assistance to the new team where necessary. They have developed additional care and education services including provision for supporting adults on the autistic spectrum. The 18 + Project provides spaces for young people who continue to need support into their young adult life.

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  • Contact hours 9am to 5pm