About Us

Cura was established by a group of professionals with many years of experience with in the private and public sector who wanted to challenge the traditional ways of service delivery and offer a more inclusive, values based service to young people within the local community.

About The Team

CURA recognises the importance of having committed, enthusiastic staff and understands the importance of providing training and development in line with current best practice guidelines.

The focus for the Operational management team is to support and develop the core staff team through the implementation of individual staff training and development plans and a robust framework of supervision and appraisal.

Meet The Team

Rosma Khan-Saddique – Managing Director

Tariq Saddique – Contract Director

Anne Slater – HR Manager

Our Homes & Home Managers

Windsor House – Amanda Hopkinson

Cavendish House – Charlie Richardson

Quebec House – Adeel Shah

Brook House – Nazish Jamil

In addition, we have access to Specialist Services available on a sessional basis

This currently comprises of;

Consultant Psychiatrist

Consultant Support Psychologist

Senior Assistant Psychologist

Educational Counsellor

Registered Social Workers with specialist skills in Forensic & Mental Health Social Work Trained Counsellors

This Support Team works directly with the Young Person and their Staff Teams to develop, implement and review individual support plans. This includes producing detailed risk assessments and behaviour management strategies.

The Support Team also has the capacity to offer Individual and Group Therapy to Young People.

Who We Support

Here at CURA living we believe that everyone should be provided with opportunities to grow and progress. Our team aim to support young people with a wide range of support needs in order to provide them with the best quality of life. Our specialist staff team are trained to provide person centred care and support to young people who:

  • Have Autism
  • Have Aspergers
  • Have ADHD
  • Have other learning disabilities
  • Require specific property requirements, such as bungalows, ramps, ground floor flats, grab rails etc
  • Are none verbal
  • Have epilepsy
  • Have varied mental health disorders such as, bipolar disorder, borderline personality disorder, schizophrenia, depression and anxiety
  • Are transitioning to leaving care
  • Have a history of abuse
  • Have a history of criminal activity
  • Who lack capacity

Our team are highly dedicated to empowering young people from all walks of life and help them work towards independence. We offer safe, non-discriminatory, non-judgemental and holistic support.

Philosophy of Support

At CURA we believe everyone is capable of leading independent meaningful fulfilled lives, we also recognise this journey towards independence is unique and personal to everyone therefore our services are bespoke, person centre and developed in partnership with our young people, their families, carers and significant others.

We are committed and passionate about embedding the principles of Independence into all aspects of our service, both through design and delivery. We aim to nurture our Young Peoples capacity for hope as well as promote creativity, care and compassion.

CURA believe Peer support, working with key partner organisations are all key components of our model of support towards independence.

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