Brimble Hall is a newly refurbished children’s home in Cornwall for three young people aged 7-17 years with complex needs. This includes emotional, behavioural and associated difficulties, which may originate from learning difficulties.
This homely and nurturing children’s home is located in a small village and benefits from stunning views of the Tamar Valley.
Supporting the needs of the young people
At Brimble Hall, the dedicated and highly skilled staff team take a child-centred approach to care, which puts the needs, interests and aspirations of each young person at the heart of all that they do.
The home has a nurturing environment, focussed on trauma recovery and promoting emotional wellbeing and spiritual growth. This enables the children and young people to grow and achieve their long-term goals and aspirations.
A newly refurbished home situated within a quiet rural setting
Spacious communal areas, including a family-style kitchen, dining room, lounge, snug and home office/study area
All of the children and young people have their own individualised bedrooms
Bespoke care packages and individually tailored education services provided by Quay View School and Tor View School
A homely and nurturing atmosphere, where achievements are acknowledged and praised
Opportunities to develop interests, aspirations, social and emotional resilience, communication skills, self-esteem and confidence
Access to a wide range of on-site and community-based activities
The facilities available
Brimble Hall has recently been refurbished to a high standard and has a warm, homely atmosphere. Every child and young person has their own bedroom, which they are encouraged to decorate and personalise to reflect their individual personality. One bedroom also has en-suite facilities.
The home has a range of communal areas, including a spacious lounge, a snug with TV and games console and home-office/study area. There is a utility room and a large open garden with patio areas.
A range of activities
The home offers a wide range of activities and education, social, recreational and cultural opportunities, both in the home and surrounding areas. These include:
- A national park
- A wildlife park
- An animal sanctuary
- Family fun park
- Local beaches