About Daffodil Care
Daffodil Care was established in 2008. Over time we developed a strong reputation for delivering positive outcomes for young people and families. Daffodil Care have a national network of services ranging from mainstream residential care, semi-independent, aftercare, community outreach services and a Children’s ASD disability residential and community support service.
Daffodil Care are committed to providing exceptional, therapeutic care where the young person and their family are at the centre of all care planning, activities and decision making to deliver positive outcomes and therapeutically driven supports
Supporting and developing our staff complement is a significant priority for us. Daffodil Care are strongly committed to investing in our employee’s professional development and career progression. With a dedicated focus on individualised professional development planning with our employee’s career goals, we have a strong history of staff retention and progression which in turn aids our service development. Take a look at some of our employee’s journeys.
Ethos and Philosophy
Daffodil Care has adopted a positive focused ethos as espoused by Reclaiming Youth International, Circle of Courage, Response Abilities Pathways® (RAP), Therapeutic Crisis Intervention (TCI) and Daily Life Events® (DLE).
In addition, we believe that everyone has the ability to change; we see problems as opportunities to learn, develop and grow. All Young People and their families have strengths and skills that can be nurtured and we will work to support these strengths.
Daffodil Care is committed to providing a quality driven therapeutic residential and outreach service to vulnerable Young People and their families. We will achieve this by listening actively to Young People and families, comprehensive multi-disciplinary assessment, treatment and team guidance, embracing the concepts of trust, respect, understanding and empowerment and devising effective individualised therapeutic interventions which focus on strengths, resiliencies, and relationships.