Group based short breaks throughout Wiltshire for disabled children aged 6-18. Includes Saturday clubs and holiday playschemes.
Clubs are available for families who have registered for local offer funding with Wiltshire council and have chosen the Barnardo's clubs option.
Provide advocacy support if you are a child looked after or a care leaver from Wirral, you can request the support of an advocate up to the age of 24. You can have an advocate if you are living outside of Wirral or are in secure accommodation.
Match children and young people who looked after under the age of 18, to an independent visitor.
An Independent Visitor (IV) is a volunteer who visits and befriends a child or young person living in care.
2x Key workers are placed within Wolverhampton local authority multi-agency team to support children, young people and families therapeutically where there is a high risk of exploitation and family breakdown.
Wolverhampton Star-We are a team of support workers with a wide and varied range of direct work experience with children and their familes/carers. We will use a range of innovative
therapeutic and evidence based intervention around emotional health and well being, to support young people on a 1-1 basis , where there is a risk of family/home/relationship breakdown
Achieving change together is our intensive family support service aimed at supporting families with a range of support needs including parental mental health, concerns around neglect for the children, problematic substance misuse, domestic abuse etc.
The service is aimed at providing an early intervention support service to families with children aged 0-5. The service works in close collaboration with the health visiting teams to try and intervene as early as possible and prevent emerging needs from escalating and impacting on children's healthy development pathways.
To provide specialist support to pull together all the professionals needed to fully support a young carer.
To improve outcomes for Young Carers who are at high risk of social exclusion and underachieving or experiencing difficulties at school because of their role as a young carer.
To reduce caring demands and meet needs of high level young carers.