Physis Quantum offer high quality nurturing care across two residential homes based in the West Midlands, offering specialised CSE placements to young women aged 11-18 years.
A complete package of care, therapy and education is delivered by in-house teams though a high staffing ratio. We promote person focussed planning with the opportunity for young people to influence the design and delivery of the care they receive.
To enable our young people to complete our therapeutic programme we typically offer planned placement lengths of 12 months or more. In some instances, we may be able to accept shorter term and emergency placements, each admission is based on our carefully considered matching process.
Physis Quantum have developed a bespoke model of care for young people impacted by CSE guided by input from The National Working Group for Sexually Exploited Children and Young People and is recognised by our Local Safeguarding Children’s Board.
We understand that the impact of exploitation differs for each young person we support and may include:
- History of missing from home and/or placement breakdowns
- Challenging, risky and unsafe behaviours
- Difficulties forming positive attachments
- Low self-esteem and poor self-confidence
- Gang association
- Sexualised behaviour
Ofsted Outstanding Homes
Here’s what the inspectors have to say about Physis Quantum:
“Staff provide extremely nurturing and therapeutic care in a beautifully maintained, homely environment. They understand young people’s anxieties and the emotional struggles that young people face when they initially move to the home.”Ofsted Inspector 2019
Due to the success of our care, therapy and education interventions and phased transition programme many of our young people transition from our care to sustainable semi-independence placements.
For all placement requests please contact our Referrals Co-ordinator Rebecca Williams
Call: 0333 207 0323.
I know it’s not true but sometimes I have feelings towards you,
If you were ugly and fat, I wouldn’t feel these feelings, but that just where I am at,
I know I need to help myself and find the good in who I am, but it’s hard when no one’s given a damn,
I’m learning that I’m good enough for all you to stick around and for me to be me and at last be found.
— Poem by child