T-Junction has now given each home a name. We now…
T-Junction consists of three small children’s homes on the outskirts of Leicester, each offering placements for up to three children and young people, aged between six and eighteen years. Our children’s homes are set up to provide therapeutic care, typically those who have suffered significant trauma or neglect in their early lives and who are unlikely to manage the demands of foster family dynamics. Eastside is a home registered with OFSTED to provide care and support to young people with learning difficulties. Westside and Northside are homes registered with OFSTED to provide care and support to young people with emotional and behavioural difficulties.
Our homes are comfortable and welcoming places with soft sofas and squishy cushions, clean kitchens, and good smells of baking. A safe haven and secure base for every child and young person who live there. A place with spaces to have fun – and also to have those quieter times. Our homes are designed to give children and young people the privacy of their own bedroom, decorated in a way that appeals to them In areas where other families live, near parks and shops, with places to ride bikes and play games – and make friends.
T-Junction was set up in 2017 by Tim Clare, who was himself in care, and who has a powerful vision of what children need to feel good about themselves in a care home.
- Alfie said he loved the team, home, and young people very much!
I can not fault the staff. They have done everything in their power for this young person.
I have seen him have excellent relationships with the staff and they have shown they have with him by how they all respond to each other. This has been a fantastic placement for all involved. Thank you
Allocated Social Worker for a young person placed with T-Junction- Thank You
It was lovely to meet you and the team yesterday and to have a look around the home. It looks like you’ve hit the ground running and have dedicated staff who are passionate about positive outcomes for the young people in your care.
Commissioner – Nottinghamshire- Thanks
Tim, You will be a huge loss to the VS no doubt! You have been fantastic to work with … Colleague- Thanks
… You were so good with all my children in care, I can only hope that whoever takes over the job is half as good as you!! You have been a shining example for kids in Care as you have proved that it is possible to achieve your dreams and not to become part of the failure statistics.
Colleague- Thank You Tim
I just wanted to say thank you for your contribution to the service. (Virtual School) I have enjoyed working with you and have been impressed by your commitment to the young people.- Thank You – Colleague
Tim is a pleasure to work with. He has a lovely relaxed approach to getting things done which will hold him in good stead in his new role of Director of a Residential home. He is thoughtful and considerate with an ability to adapt to what is in front of him. I look forward to working with Tim again in the future.
Lisa Cherry- Reccomendation
Trauma | Resilience | Recovery | Keynote Speaker, Trainer, Published Author
It’s been great working with you Tim, and you’ve helped me with knowledge and confidence that will be passed down to all kiddies we have through our doors.- Foster Carer
… Should our paths cross in the future, I am sure it will be positive – knowing the contribution you have made, and always with a positive attitude. It has been very clear to me that you believe in our children’s potential.- Colleague
I would like to offer my thanks to Tim for the work he has undertaken on our behalf; he is never anything less than enthusiastic and his energy and drive will be missed by us all.- Head of Service – Virtual School
Just want to say thank you for everything and all the support and guidance you have given me whilst you been here! I really do appreciate everything you have done for me!- Young Person
Thank you for everything you’ve done for me and for always going the extra mile (Work Carried out as an Education Improvement Officer)- Young Person