Pathways To Progression

Pathways to Progression provide supported accommodation and outreach support for vulnerable people who require assistance in order to progress into full independence or maintain tenancies or family placements.
 
They ensure the transition from care to independence runs smoothly.
 
Levels of support are tailored specifically to the young person's needs. This could comprise of 24hour support or an agreed/identified number of hours per day. Each young person supported will have their own key worker and be fully involved in the decisions that affect their futures.
 
Pathways to Progression work in partnership with the person's family and placing authority to provide opportunities for young people to maintain meaningful relationships with their families, friends and professionals.
 
Each young person has a person centred programme of support designed to promote independence and future learning. These may include Life skills programmes, Financial Planning, Planning and Budgeting, Preparation for Working Life, Problem Solving, Citizenship, Career Planning, Presentation Skills and Tenancy Management.
 
Staffing:
The staff team at Pathways to Progression have an Enhanced Disclosure and Barring Check in line with the safer recruitment policy and undertake a thorough induction process with on going training and regular supervisions.
 
Services and Support Available:
Young People aged 16 - 21 years
Mother and baby
Long Term independence provision
Emotional and behavioural difficulties
Learning Difficulties, Autistic Spectrum Disorders, ADHD,
Sexually Inapproptiate behaviour/Victim of sexual abuse
Young People with a history of multiple placements that will benefit from stability and structure
Homelessness
Asylum Seekers
Substance Misuse
Young Offenders
Outreach Support
Family support
Supervised contact
 
Email: [email protected]

Telephone: 07816 961276

Contact Name: Gareth Morgan

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