What do our team for Young People with Support Needs specialise in?

We help achieve young people with their aspirations, whether that is returning to education, finding meaningful work or making new friendships.

Our services specialise in supporting young people facing homelessness, including those who are care leavers, overcoming addiction and experiencing family or relationship breakdown.

We are here to help when you need us
  • On call 24/7 for client needs
  • Flexible and fast scheduling
  • Regular quality assurance
  • Thorough care management and family support
  • Double the care team staff of other agencies
Young People with Support Needs

Have questions?

Your local team of support workers are available to answer your questions and work with you to design a customised plan of care that is right for you.

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What our services include

Our services for young people include supported housing services which provide a safe place for young people to live, learn and make the transition to independent adulthood.

All support is tailored to each person’s individual needs, through a structured care and support plan, we encourage each person to take control of their lives and work towards achieving their personal goals.

Personal care
  • Support and monitoring medication
  • Status reporting to family
  • Social management techniques
  • Emotional support and advice
  • Help establishing personal safety and security
  • Promoting and monitoring of health and well-being
Lifestyle support
  • Meal preparing and nutrition
  • Transportation to social and recreational activities
  • Help in managing finances, benefit claims, direct payments and individual budgets
  • Help in establishing social contacts and activities
  • Support to access the local community college, work placements, leisure facilities and organisations of your choice

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