16 & 17 Services
We aim to support young people to develop their independence in preparation for adult living while keeping them safe in a homely and nurturing environment.
We use a strengths-based approach to 18 - 25 services which looks at what skills and assets a young person has and how we can best support them. We involve young people in every important decision.
Parent & Baby
We research and promote engagement with relevant outside agencies, child health clinics and family information services. We also provide emotional support making sure young parents are in good mental health to have the capacity to effectively care for their children.
Engaging Young People
Engaging young people with our preparation for independence; individually tailored to suit their requirements.
Involving Young People
Involving young people in every decision, enabling them to develop confidence and decision-making skills.
Utilising key work sessions
Utilising key work sessions with a support worker, focussing directly on skills in a supportive manner
Using key work sessions to help each young person gain a reflective understanding of what motivates them
Signposting the young person to online resources to help them develop interests and pursue self-development
Holding group sessions for education, CV, job hunting, and interview drop-in sessions to help young people build their skills.
Helping the young people with community engagement through signposting, accompanying them to activities, or helping to build relationships.