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Hilltop House

Five-bedroom multi occupancy home located in North Nottinghamshire

“It is one of the best homes I have come across. Staff are always on the ball, checking on the YP. The care is excellent, so attentive to the YP and caring and respectful.”

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Hilltop House

Hilltop House is a five-bedroom detached home situated in North Nottinghamshire; within easy reach of Nottingham and Derby. It is also just a short drive away from the picturesque Peak District area.

Hilltop House is a home for up to three young people of any gender aged between 11 – 17 who are provided with a caring, therapeutic and nurturing environment, specialised for those with emotional and behavioural difficulties (EBD).

Hilltop House is staffed by an outstanding group of Residential Care Workers offering 1:1 support, 24 hours a day. The care staff facilitate group work which focuses on vital life skills such as self-esteem, identity, self-worth and social problem solving. The home continuously receives positive stakeholder feedback by achieving positive outcomes for children and young people in our care.

At Hilltop House:

  • Provision for up to three young people
  • 1:1 staffing
  • Support tailored around improving life skills and well-being
  • Expert staff specialising in emotional support
  • Access to bespoke psychological services

Meet the team

"Hi, I’m Emma, the Registered Manager of Hilltop House.

I joined Footsteps to Futures 5 years ago as a Residential Care Worker and have worked my way through the ranks to become RM within 2 years and have completed Level 5 Leadership and Management.

After joining the team, I knew I wanted to progress and one day run my own home. The job has so many rewards; giving young people a chance to have a stable, nurturing, and loving home, but also being able to support staff to be the best they can be so that the young people are supported and feel wanted.

I truly believe that all children deserve the best possible start in life and my aim is to make sure that all young people I work with make positive, happy memories, learn the skills they need for life and to receive the right support to help overcome previous life experiences.

I love being with people that make me laugh, but hate being laughed at!

Between being a RM and a mum I am always busy, but I wouldn’t have it any other way."

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Emma

Registered Manager

“Emma’s motivation and passion to provide loving homes to our young people is admirable. She is a dedicated manager, who is well respected and liked by her team. She is an asset to the company and a pleasure to work alongside.”

Donna Francis, Director of Care

Contact the team at Hilltop House

Get in touch with our staff at Hilltop House by emailing them directly at:

Footsteps Info Email [email protected]

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We proudly support The Harley Jae Trust to help all children have a better future.

Footsteps to Futures are a proud partner of The Harley Jae Trust Children’s Charity; supporting children with life limiting conditions and their families both in the hospital and in the community.

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