welmlme tl andejida from all the staff and residents at anderida we want to welcome you and wish to help you make this your new home throughout this guide you will find some of the information that you need in order to make your time with us as rewarding and beneficial as possible we at anderida aim to help you achieve your goals this may be getting back into education developing into independence moving back into your family home settling into a community finding employment managing your behaviour staying out of trouble learning to feel happier about yourself anything else to do this we will develop a care plan with goals these goals will be discussed with you during meetings in order for you to feel that they are relevant to your needs you will also meet with your social worker on a regular basis to discuss how you are getting on and to plan for the future we also work closely with leaving care teams in order that moves into independence are planned and successful.
kettling in on your first day a senior member of staff will discuss the content of this guide with you prior to you signing a behavioural contract this will also be signed by your social worker this will be followed by a meeting where we will plan with you for your future you will then be appointed a key worker who will make sure you are well looked after and who will keep in contact with the key people in your life to inform them of how things are going we want to you to feel comfortable in your surroundings and to help with this you will be given a budget to decorate and personalise your bedroom.
luj hlmek greenside view our newest home based outside the coastal town of eastbourne has rooms for two young people with a back and front garden and the seaside just a short drive away there is plenty to do at the greenside view home merdeka with three floors and capable of homing two young people merdeka is situated in hastings known as 1066 country due to its vast history and is also very close to the seaside eucalyptus grove this is actually two separate one bedroom homes it has a nice big garden and a garden room and is situated just outside eastbourne tomorrow house a one bedroom home based in the town of eastbourne it is close to the seaside and the shopping centre.
edumate ylujkelf we explore every possible avenue available to you regarding your education employment if appropriate we will help you join a local school college find work or we will support you with a programme of education utilising our own in-house anderida learning centre whichever suits your needs anderida will help you get the best possible start suiting your own level of ability taking into account your current needs and your future goals staff will always be keen to do educational activities with you so if anything crosses your mind just ask!
exnjekk ylujkelf expression is an invaluable part of life and all of us at anderida encourage all forms of it each member of the anderida team brings with them different skills and attributes that you may want to learn from for example many young people we have worked with in the past have utilised our musical staff to sing rap and produce music some have learnt to play instruments or dj others like to sit down and work on pieces of art with our more artistic staff or write expressively whatever it is that floats your boat we embrace all forms of expression and look to facilitate and expand upon it we d also love for you to take one of our life books to fill out ask someone for one they are great for expressing feelings and saving memories!
equin ylujkelf it is important that you are equipped with all sorts of life skills to gear you up for independence from cooking to i.t skills to fitness to being able to apply for jobs etc the staff at anderida are all experienced in life and will always look to help and guide you wherever possible be it something like reading a bus timetable or writing a cv to learning about the workings of a car or how to shoot like theo walcott we will always be on hand to help and if we don t know the answers we will put you in touch with someone who does!
emnlwej ylujkelf we will provide you with pocket money of £3.50 on both monday and friday and as long as your room is tidy you will receive a further £1.50 on both those days young people are also entitled to £15 per week for constructive activities £11 per week for clothes a weekly £5 phone card to phone family friends and make official calls e.g your social worker make appointments we also have our a-points scheme save up points due to good behaviour and efforts made towards achieving your goals go onto the a-points website and choose an activity to spend those points on skydive anyone