A CHILDREN'S social care provider is expanding its reach with the opening of a new branch in Basingstoke.

Velox Social Care, originally based in East Molesey in Surrey, is opening its Basingstoke branch at Hart House in Priestley Road, on Tuesday, December 12. 

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Velox has established itself as a provider of bespoke care solutions for children in social care.

The organisation says it recognises the uniqueness of each child's needs and has designed its services to be flexible and tailored to the individual.

At the core of its mission, the care provider says, is the belief that behind every child who believes in themselves is an adult who believes in them first.

The experienced support staff at Velox specialises in managing complex and crisis care for young people, creating a place of calm within the chaos they may be feeling.

A Velox spokesperson said: "With an increase in children facing crisis situations, there was a clear need for quality, bespoke care. No two children are the same, and we wanted to tailor our care around the individual needs of each child."

The organisation emphasizes the importance of understanding the feelings and situations of young people to provide relevant support that enables them to move forward positively.

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Velox works collaboratively with each young person, establishing routines and boundaries to offer stability and familiarity in their lives.

Services offered by Velox Social Care include support for young people facing difficulties, instilling hope for the future, and providing opportunities for them to experience a joyful childhood through fun activities, interactions, and creating positive memories to break away from the challenges they may be facing.

The spokesperson said: "We pride ourselves on listening to the young people we care for and feel it is so important to hear their voice. We will advocate for them and encourage them to follow their hearts and reach their full potential."