The Reach Out Stop Exploitation (ROSE) project aims to prevent sexual exploitation.
It builds on the previous British Institute of Learning Disabilities HOPE Project. This enabled ten people with learning disabilities to train as peer mentors. Following this training they delivered sessions to children, adults with learning disabilities and health care professionals across Nottinghamshire. They worked to raise awareness of sexual exploitation and the importance of staying safe online.
ACT CEO Deborah Kitson is an external evaluator for the ROSE project. You can read more about ROSE on the Reach website.