Community, school and home are the three main areas that assist with our children’s wellbeing but the issues that lie in front of us cannot be ignored, hence why we have come up with a solution to tackle both emotional and social wellbeing of our young people within the community. Most of our team have previously worked with young people in various capacities including SEN and PRU based organisations and therefore bring with them a wealth of knowledge. In which combined have enabled us to put together these plans. With the rate of crime increasing, the action is needed. Challenging behaviour is becoming prominent and affecting our young people at home, school and in their day to day lives which in turn has a negative impact on the community
What we'll deliver:
Why it's a great idea:
It’s a great idea because it offers a holistic service to young people, helping them with the crucial areas in life that are not taught in school or often at home. It also offers them a haven to channel themselves into more positive aspects allowing them to be free and talk openly about themselves. After extensive research with our young people more often than not they feel as if they have no options and definitely don’t have a voice. This is what this organisation is being designed to create CHANGE Our long term goal is to also provide employment and or source employment for our young people. There is no other service that we have come across that offers a 360 wraparound service to young people with a variety of options all under one roof. This could be life changing for a lot of our young people. Having access to advising and workshops on a consistent basis will enable them to better themselves in life. The main objective is to provide young people with the skills they need.
Steps to get it done:
And many more to include the whole community and offer our young people a better understanding of what can be achieved with the right tools. Young people need to enhance themselves within the local community and also to help minimise anti-social behaviour issues which they encounter.
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