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Swanton Care

Number Four

Number Four - Courtyard Care, is a 4-bedroom home in Salford for young people with mental health needs. The home works closely with a psychologist, who supports the team to be able to offer a therapeutic environment for young people to enable them to express and manage their emotions and learn new coping skills which they can take with them to use in later life.

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Where to find us

Number 4


Support services

  • Residential- CAMHS

Disabilities this location supports

  • Emerging personality disorders

  • Psychosis

  • Paranoia

  • Post-Traumatic stress conditions

  • Attachment disorders

Meet our team

Kelly Delaney

Service Manager

I have worked in Social Care for 20 years, working with children and young people for the last 10, offering support to those with learning disabilities, complex medical needs, autism, visual and hearing impairments and more recently mental health disorders.

 I have worked with Courtyard Care since April 2016 in various roles, more recently progressing to Registered Manager. I am currently working towards my Level 5 Diploma in Children and Young People and Management which I feel will further strengthen my knowledge and ability to offer the best care possible. 

My belief is that it is extremely important for all young people to have a voice and to be in a caring, nurturing environment so they can grow in confidence as they lead into young adulthood.

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Jackie Hills

Regional Director

I have been working in residential care and special needs school/services since 1999. My previous roles include consultancy work, supporting failing homes and schools to improve. I then became a Registered Manager for 5 years, during this time, the team and myself had an Ofsted Judgment of ‘Outstanding’ for 5 years.  

My more recent roles progressed to Operational Manager supporting 13 homes and most recently In November 2015, I joined Courtyard Care as Regional Director. 

I am a qualified Social Worker who is passionate and driven to provide the best possible outcomes for children and young people we support. Myself and my team have a keen interest in ensuring our services are ‘fit for purpose’ and meet all regulatory frameworks/requirements. We are very child-centred and believe every child should be given the opportunity to grow and succeed.  Barriers can be overcome by working together to achieve the best outcomes. We celebrate all achievements as every step is a milestone for the children and young people we support.


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Deborah Hurley

Director of Children's Services

I started my career in the corporate sector in learning and development before setting up my own business and then moving in to teaching within the prison service in 2000.

Since that time, I have worked in a number of positions within Health & Social Care and Special Education including Mentoring Project Manager, Head Teacher, Regional Education Manager and Operations Director.

My previous background in business combined with extensive knowledge and experience gained over the past 20 years lends itself well to the role of Director of Children’s Services. I am delighted to have joined Swanton in October 2022 and am excited to contribute towards the growth and development of the services.

I believe that everyone of us has the potential to make a positive difference to the lives of vulnerable children and adults so that they can be happy, healthy, and live as independently as possible. We do this by ensuring that we always doing the “right thing” and continue to ask ourselves how can I make this better.

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Ofsted report

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Statement of Purpose

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The team at Number Four - Courtyard Care, empower young people to try new experiences and to reach for their goals and aspirations. We offer a person-centred approach in all the support we provide and ensure the young people are part of all decision making, we keep close communication with all families and professionals involved.

Our latest OFSTED report included: ‘Children thrive due to the calm, nurturing approach, positive role modelling and the strong importance and emphasis given to their positive behaviour.’ 

Feedback was added to the report: ‘One social worker said, the encouragement and praise given to her is brilliant.  All homes should be like this.’ Another said” ‘I would recommend this home to anyone and I would not hesitate to place another child here.  They go above and beyond.’


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0161 4414459

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