Amelia House Transitions Residential Service

Amelia House opened in January 2020 as a specialist transition service for young adults transitioning from children to adult services, people who are at risk of placement breakdown or placed out of area looking for a roadmap to greater independence through positive risk-taking, person-centred planning and holding the people we support at the centre of our work.  

Amelia House is a 10 bed residential service providing 24 hour care and support to the individuals who reside with us. With our caring, therapeutic and PBS informed approach, led by Registered Manager Rebecca Jackson we have seen over ten people move on into our community services houses or other less restrictive environments.

Amelia House and our community services has won two national awards at the Learning Disability and Autism Awards 2021 and 2022 and been a finalist in 2023.

We provide a steppingstone service or an assessment-based environment to understand a person’s long-term care and support needs and also work hard to provide an independent learning roadmap, building community links, educational or employment opportunities or working closely with professionals to reduce incidents of self-harm, physical aggression or property damage.

We provide full time placements, respite options, shared lives and domiciliary care and support. 

Care specifics provided from Amelia House

There are a range of care types we cater for, including:

We carry out this care in combination with our aim to provide supported living for young adults aged 17+ in order to help them live life to their full potential within a community setting.

Supported Living at Amelia House

We have nine established supported living services within the Wakefield area: West Street, Springhill Mount, Crigglestone House, Oak House, Calder House, Regent Street, Morton House, 169 and Berners House we are also currently working on future developments.

Our Ethos

Our core values include empowering individuals to have a choice in the support they receive, promoting equal opportunities, dignity and respect and providing a safe, secure environment for the people we support. Amelia House helps to transition from ‘caring for’ to ‘working with’ for people we support.

We give the people we support the chance to attend regular meetings and have input on the running of the home and the recruitment of staff.

Activities at Our Young Adults Residential Service

To help engage and encourage the people we support at Amelia House, we offer a wide range of activities. We have a secure garden which provides a therapeutic outdoor environment, and we also have The Hub which is situated within our garden where individuals can access this for sensory time, to engage in activities or to experience a more low stimulus environment.

Support & Independent Living Training

Our skilled staff help the people we support to engage in activities which help promote and upskill their independent living skills.

The people we support will have a dedicated key worker and a plan developed with them and their family. Areas in which we offer support services include:

  • Health
  • Control over Daily Life
  • Personal Cleanliness and Comfort
  • Food and Drink
  • Personal Safety
  • Social Participation and Involvement
  • Occupation
  • Accommodation Cleanliness and Comfort
  • Dignity
  • Finances

To learn more about how we support young adults with a variety of care requirements, please contact the team at Amelia House and we’ll be happy to provide more information.

Life at Amelia House Transitions Residential Service


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If you would like to find out more about Amelia House or our bespoke services, or you have a specific enquiry then please contact us and we will be pleased to assist you.

We look forward to hearing from you.

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