Personal and social development of young people in their social context What is important for the youth worker is to see the young person in their social context at the heart of the work It is our task to ensure - Young people are heard - Young people participate - Young people can help build/ rebuild their communities
UNIVERSAL SERVICES OPPORTUNITIES FOR LEISURE AND NON FORMAL EDUCATIONAL EXPERIENCES FOR ALL YOUNG PEOPLE CHARACTERISTICS OF THE WORK EXPECTED OUTCOMES Quality activities Self programming groups Community development Civic participation Local forums Active peace and reconciliation groups Participating young people Young people having fun Contributing young people Development of thinking skills and personal capabilities Increased understanding for health and well being Enhanced employability Motivated, skilled, flexible young people Enhanced civic development
EARLY INTERVENTION SUPPORT FOR YOUNG PEOPLE WHO MAY NOT INVOLVE THEMSELVES IN OR CONNECT WITH THE UNIVERSAL SERVICES CHARACTERISED BY EXPECTED OUTCOMES Employment Localised problem solving Civic dialogue Overcoming barriers to training Education Advocacy Cultural exchanges Collective action Locating self Self help Ability to reflect on, and respond to, their developing concept of self (including managing emotions and reactions to ongoing life experiences) Skills development Enhanced personal responsibility Consideration of others
PREVENTION / SPECIALIST Planned Interventions Services REPRESENTS SUPPORT TO INDIVIDUALS, GROUPS OF YOUNG PEOPLE, WHO CANNOT BE REACHED THROUGH PREVIOUS LEVELS CHARACTERISED BY EXPECTED OUTCOMES Sign posting Creating safe environment Befriending Helping Skills Inter-agency working Recognise, assess and manage risk in a range of real-life contexts Skills development Increased self esteem Awareness of others Decision making skills Respond to the specific challenges and opportunities which diversity and inclusion present
FOCUSED INTERVENTION SERVICES INTERVENTIONS INTO THE LIVES OF YOUNG PEOPLE WHO REQUIRE HELP AT A TIME OF ACUTE NEED CHARACTERISED BY EXPECTED OUTCOMES Personal and social development processes Helping skills Mentoring Engagement Support Inter-agency collaboration Reduced level of crisis Recognise and manage risk and apply safe principles Evaluate their own performance and that of others Self help skills Developing skills of self awareness, coping and learning skills
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