This course will focus on the voice of young people and their families to explore their needs as they transition into adulthood.
This training will highlight the importance of listening to young people and families to develop strong transitional support. This will enable practitioners and services to respond to the needs of young people and maximise their independence and build resilience into adulthood.
This training will be hosted by Ann Craft Trust’s Sarah Goff. Sarah has extensive experience in working with disabled young people and their families through her research, training and experience as a social worker.
This training is suitable for practitioners from health, education, children’s, young peoples’ and adults’ social care teams across the voluntary and statutory sectors.
The Training will Discuss:
- Challenges in young peoples’ experiences.
- Young peoples’ experiences and the experiences of their families.
- Focus on outcomes and what young people need from us.
- Learning from recent research.
- The issues of collaborations across children and adults’ services and across disciplines.
- What does good practice look like?
- Date: Wednesday 21 April 09.45-1.00pm via Microsoft Teams.
- Cost: £99 per person.
- Who can attend? The course is aimed at practitioners in children’s and adults’ social care, the health and education sector and those supporting young people in third sector organisations.
- Questions? Please contact us and a member of the team will be more than happy to support.