This week has seen the successful opening of our first services which are registered under Ofsted’s new ‘multi-building children’s homes’ model. This marks the culmination of months of planning and preparation, in partnership with Ofsted, to reconfigure our existing homes into this new registration model.
AWW has operated a similar model for the last 5 years very successfully, and we are now proud to be the first provider nationally to operate multi building children’s homes.
The operational management, logistics, planning and patience of all stakeholders to make this happen has been incredible. The changes we have implemented will result in 36 of the homes in our current portfolio being registered by the end of August, giving us 9 new services.
This configuration will allow us even more flexibility to be able to match individual children with the most suitable homes and care teams, helping us to provide children with the outstanding, personalised care, health and education programmes which are at the heart of all we do.
At AWW, Adaptation and Collaboration are two of our core Care Values, and it has been a pleasure to work alongside Ofsted to innovate and adapt our operating model in order to respond to new approaches to care. We are proud to continue to be at the forefront of new initiatives in the sector which have a positive impact on the experiences of our children.
Thank you to all the team at AWW who continue to work tirelessly to transform children’s lives. Here’s to the next chapter for AWW!
For further information about our multi-building services and our programmes of care, education, and health, please contact email@example.com.
Robbie Burke, CEO