We draw from current research and from our own experience as practitioners. We champion a best-practice approach that works to empower young people, their families and their carers.
Our reviews will help you embed best practice across your entire organisation, to ensure that everyone can uphold fundamental safeguarding principles.
The most relevant and up-to-date safeguarding young people information.
We have a host of resources available to assist you in achieving best practice in safeguarding young people.
Disabled young people are 3.4 times more likely to experience abuse.
But are they 3.4 times more likely to be heard, believed and supported?
We can help you understand the increased risks faced by disabled young people, and the role you can play in supporting them.
At the Ann Craft Trust, we help to support disabled young people across their entire life spans. We need to challenge abuse and neglect, but also think of the potential discrimination disabled young people can face as they grow older.
Our training seeks to hear the voices of young people and their families. We draw from current research and from our own experience as practitioners. We champion a best-practice approach that works to empower young people and their carers.
We'll tailor our courses to meet your unique safeguarding training needs.
We've been involved in the development of new and innovative training for professionals across the UK.
We're involved in many research projects, so we'll bring you the most relevant and up-to-date safeguarding information.
Sarah has over twenty years’ experience in the fields of child protection and social care. She is an expert in the field of safeguarding disabled children and young people and her interests include the impact of domestic abuse and child sexual exploitation.
Sarah currently combines her role at the Ann Craft Trust as a lecturer at the University of Nottingham on their BA and MA Social Care programmes. Sarah also delivers safeguarding disabled children training to organisations across the UK to make sure children and young people’s voices are heard. She has also led and continues to contribute to world-leading research projects in the UK and Europe.
Find out more about Sarah’s research.
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As a leading authority in safeguarding young people at risk, we want to live in a world where people live safely, free from the risk of abuse.
Through pioneering training, practice reviews and contributing to world-leading research, we support organisations to safeguard young people at risk and minimise the risk of harm.
Our work is dedicated to key issues affecting young people at risk including forced marriage, financial abuse, sexual exploitation and disability hate crime.
Your donation will help us to keep people safe from abuse.
Our work is dedicated to key issues affecting adults and young people at risk including forced marriage, financial abuse, sexual exploitation and disability hate crime. Your donation will help fund essential research, training and consultation to recognise, understand, and address these issues.