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How young people get help to tackle life events

By Emily Rogers |

14 October 2014

Project aims to bridge a gap in support and help young offenders, care leavers and young carers through crucial phases in their lives.

Course raises awareness of domestic abuse among older primary school pupils and promotes healthy relationships.

Support network for kinship carers boosts ability to cope

By Emily Rogers |

02 September 2014

Project reduces isolation of kinship carers and improves their wellbeing and ability to cope.

How Down syndrome pupils reach their potential

By Emily Rogers |

02 September 2014

Teacher Wendy Uttley set up a training service to improve the education and support of children with Down syndrome in Bradford.

A project in London is helping care leavers overcome their anxieties about moving into independent living by using dramatherapy to explore difficult situations and scenarios they may encounter.

How mental health sessions reduce risk of harm

By Emily Rogers |

19 August 2014

Project works to safeguard children whose parents have mental health problems through group activities and one-to-one discussions.

Programme help students with the most acute learning difficulties become more independent and ready for employment without having to move them away from their home communities.

How volunteers build the confidence of parents

By Emily Rogers |

05 August 2014

Parenting project increases the confidence and capability of struggling parents.

Volunteers offer vital support to families

By Jo Stephenson |

08 July 2014

Community Service Volunteers schemes have helped more than 1,000 children and their families since first launched 10 years ago.

DVD helps parents to cope with their baby's crying and reduce incidents of non-accidental head injuries to babies.