Homegrown Care Farm are a “not for profit” CIC (Community Interest Company) which has been created by Andy & Julie Millard. We offer animal therapy, animal management and farming practices through therapy and education sessions to help children and young adults with a range of disabilities. Homegrownandraised is our original family run business and we have been running a successful educational mobile farm for several years.
We are growing and supporting Homegrown Care Farm in the provision of therapy to special needs schools, centres and disability centres with the use of our friendly animals and knowledgeable staff. We are currently in the process of setting up a day care centre and we are taking applications at our new farm in Spratton for children and young adults with special education needs.
We are also hopeful to open the farm to the public at weekends next year. We will be running volunteering conservation and animal management groups from Spring 2019 and we would welcome anyone, young or old, from the local community to come and visit us and join in with the activities. Our farm is your farm. We welcome anyone wishing to work alongside us and enjoy our animals as we do.
Cognition and learning, Communication and Interaction, Sensory and/or physical development difficulties , Emotional, social & mental health difficulties.
Early years, Primary, Secondary, Post 16, Transition to adult services.
Education Service, Health and/or Social Care Service , Specialist Educational Setting and/or Outreach Service.