Young Volunteers



Becoming a householder

We recruit Householders who not only provide a room for the young person, but are also paid to deliver some of the support plan in place for the individual – this means that there is opportunity to ‘practice ‘independent living skills under the supervision of a caring householder. In addition the young person receives support from their key worker. House holders are vetted to similar standards as foster carers and are provided with training and support. The advantage of a placement in Supported Lodgings is that there is support at hand 24 / 7.

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To inspire and guide young people to improve their life skills, self management, self confidence and wellbeing.

To help young people to achieve their goals and independence whilst maintaining the outcomes as described by the ‘Every Child Matters’ green paper and the child protection principles in / Children’s Act 1989.

Life Skills programme - To contribute to and facilitate the CAYSH’s Life Skills programme, through a combination of 1-2-1 and group working with young people. 

CAYSH’s life skills programme is designed to meet the following Every Child Matters outcomes:”

Young Volunteers

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