“My name is Grace,

I’m 16 and I live in Rolle House. I’m happy here – all the staff make me feel independent. They help to keep me safe online, and they’re happy to do fun activities like zip wires!”

– Grace*, resident aged 16

*name changed and model used to safeguard residents

At Rolle House we support our residents to attend school, or support them with homeschooling. We also help to develop their independence, discover peer groups and make new friends. Care staff will help young people with homework, support them to attend any medical appointments, and enable them to enjoy lots of different activities, in and out of the home.

Rolle House is set in attractive grounds, just five minutes’ walk from both Exmouth beach, and the town centre. There are many activities and days out accessible from Exmouth, and our young people access a range of organised social events, sports and trips.

Each young person is assigned a keyworker, to support them during their time at Rolle House. They will have their own bedroom with plenty of personal space, as well as comfortable shared living spaces to socialise and interact with the other young people and adults in the home.

We have strong links with local specialist services including:
  • The Deaf Academy
  • NDCAMHS
  • Counselling Support
  • Gender Identity Development Service
  • Intercom Trust
  • Living Options
  • Local Community Police