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© 2019 by Audax Foundations

Head Office

F27, Marlowe Innovation Centre

Marlowe Way

Ramgate, Kent CT12 6FA

We offer a group home setting sharing a spacious modern house which can support up to four young people in comfort. The provisions we offer are always within areas that are close to conveniences to further facilitate the ability for a young person to develop an appropriate presence in their locality.

 

Our homes are staffed 24-hours a day / 7 days a week with dedicated 1:1 hours.

 

We also provide independent accommodation that is individually tailored specific support which can be increased or decreased as required.

Liber House in Canterbury is a modern semi-detached house.

 

The home is ideally situated just outside the city walls of Canterbury and is able to provide a home for no more than four young people at any one time.

 

Each person at Liber House has full access to all areas, with their own key to their bedroom and the front door, unless there is an identified risk to either the other placements, the staff or property.

 

The home is freshly decorated throughout and all bedrooms are double and come fully furnished with a bed, wardrobe, chest of drawers and a desk.

 

We have a large fully fitted kitchen with dedicated food storage areas and full use of the cooker, fridge / freezer and washing machine and two lounge areas for down time and designated key working sessions. We have a good size front and back garden with a decked area plus a large garage for storage.

The staff team work to ensure that the following ethos and values are an integral part of life at all of our homes -

  • Healthy living and the pursuit of an active life-style that includes sports and leisure as a means of achieving and enjoying, is central to the ethos that is intended to promote social and independence skill

  • Supported living can be a positive choice and experience at an important stage in a young person’s life. This can be achieved by helping young people develop their identity and focus them in self-help and self-reliance.

  • Supported living should provide a skilled service from committed staff in a safe, appropriately structured and caring environment.

  • The staff team has a responsibility to make sure that young people in supported living are protected from abuse and neglect.