Photos: Serenity Care Home


 

Welcome to Serenity:
Embracing children: Inspiring lives.

Serenity is a place to call home for children and young people ages 8 to 18 who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorders, Learning Disabilities; Emotional Difficulties and Challenging Behaviour.

Designed with children in mind, this purpose built accommodation immediately communicates the utmost value which is part and parcel of the child focused experience at Serenity.

The specially designed interior provides the best surrounding which is at once soothing, calming and provides the safest and most caring environment that responds to the needs of young people.

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Serenity offers each young person a unique and individually designed private room with a private and fully fitted en-suite facility.  They are encouraged to personalise their space and make it their own with their personal belongings or to redecorate with the support of their keyworkers.

Children are at the heart of everything we do, we are recognised and respected as a specialist caring and responsive organisation who puts service and quality as their prime focus.

The children have full use of the 3 lounges for relaxing, educating or socialising and are invited to make full use of the facilities which includes computers, books, television and a variety of games and activities.

There is a purpose built Sensory room for use by the young people that helps develop their senses through special lighting, music and tactile objects. Serenity sensory room helps to develop key life skills including vocalisation, gross motor skills, colour recognition and tracking.

Our children's home is based on the border of Acocks Green and Olton. It is very close to local amenities such as shops, schools, restaurants, leisure centre and parks. Furthermore it is very easily accessible with close proximity to the A41, A34, M42 and can be found on a bus and train route. It is within reaching distance of Birmingham City Centre and Solihull Town Centre. Furthermore the home has a purpose built sensory room for the young people in residence to utilise.