Rolle House is a registered Children’s Home specialising in caring for children and young people aged between five and 17 years old, who are Deaf or hearing-impaired. Rolle House operates independently and is managed by our Registered Children’s Home Manager, Alex Stephens, and has been rated ‘Good’ by Ofsted.
“Staff [at Progress House] provide a warm and welcoming home for children and a high standard of nurturing care. Children enjoy living here and take pride in their home”
We have now moved to Rolle House, Exmouth. Progress House was our previous home in Exeter. We operate with the same dedication and quality of care in Rolle House, as we did in Progress House.
At Rolle House we care for Deaf or hearing-impaired young people who have:
- Learning disabilities, autism, physical disabilities
- Additional needs such as behavioural, emotional or social challenges
We offer four placements at any one time. Each placement is appropriately assessed, matched and an impact risk assessment process carried out to ensure the safety and success of not only each placement, but the service as a whole. This ensures the best possible outcomes for all of young people placed with us.
We communicate using British Sign Language (BSL) and we consider all appropriate age ranges.