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Jeanne Leslie & Julieanne McFarlane

Our Services

St Cuthbert’s Care is a charity working throughout the North East to help improve the lives of some of the most vulnerable members of our communities including people with profound disabilities, children in care and older people.

Residential care for children

St Cuthbert’s Care has three children’s residential homes accommodating young people aged from 7 to 17 years.

We provide a supportive and a nurturing environment for young people who need stability in their lives.

→ Visit the Auton website

Foster care

Our registered fostering service, Fostering North East, recruits, trains and supports carers to look after children who are unable to live with their own families.

We are actively seeking foster carers to help provide homes for children in need of a positive experience of family life.

→ Visit the Fostering North East website

Services for disabled people

The Alan Shearer Centre in Newcastle provides specialist, recreational, sensory and social resources for disabled people of all ages, catering to a wide spectrum of needs and completely free to all. The centre also offers short-term respite or specialist residential care services.

→ Visit the Alan Shearer Centre website

Care for older people

We have two Catholic nursing homes for older people: St Catherine’s in Newcastle and Holy Cross in Sunderland. Both homes provide professional nursing and residential care and offer specialist support to those residents who require dementia care.

→ Visit the St Cuthbert’s Care Nursing Homes website

Community Services

In addition to our care services we develop and run community projects for people who are living in poverty, older people who have become isolated and individuals and families in need. Our charitable work extends across our region supported through our enabling work with parishes.

→ Visit Community Services website

Additional care services

We run a day centre in Ashington and a residential home in Alnwick for people with learning disabilities. We also support a number of adults with learning disabilities enabling them to live as independently as possible in their own homes.

→ Find out more about our additional care services