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1 Young People on Home Supervision Orders: Includem’s experience Pamela Barnes Research and Communications Manager, Includem SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER AT There for young people 24/7 4 th DECEMBER 2012

2 Background to Includem’s Experience 12 years of supporting vulnerable young people and their families in partnership with LAs Referrals from Social Work, often as last resort Worked with over 3,000 young people across 18 LAs Primarily aged 8 to 17 (66% aged at referral) Most subject to formal measures There for young people 24/7

3 What we know about these young people Mix of welfare and behaviour grounds for referral Most living with parent/s or other relative Most experience different placements, often multiple moves Level and complexity of need on a par with those who are accommodated Engrained resistance to meaningfully engage with services There for young people 24/7

4 Our experience of what has worked 1.Early Intervention 2.Working with Families 3.Building real relationships 4.Using the relationships 5.Close multi-agency working There for young people 24/7

5 1. Early Intervention SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER AT There for young people 24/7 -Inconsistency – some areas use us to help prevent family breakdown, but often referrals happen at point of crisis - Home Supervision Order is opportunity to reduce risk of crisis and better equip young people and families to cope

6 2. Working with families SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER AT There for young people 24/7 -Parenting skills e.g. pro-social role modelling, setting and implementing boundaries, confidence building - Support to improve family relationships - Parental support needs (especially alcohol and drug use, and mental health issues)

7 3. Relationships are key SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER AT There for young people 24/7 -Quality relationships with young people and families are absolutely key - Persistence pays – expect resistance - Being there at times of need and crisis - Continuity especially through transitions

8 4. Use the Relationship SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER AT There for young people 24/7 - to promote engagement with Care Plan - to support engagement with other services - to effect change – meaningful intervention

9 5. Multi-agency Working SIGN UP FOR OUR NEWSLETTER AT There for young people 24/7 - to make, implement and review Care Plan - to identify and respond quickly to risks - to ensure child-centred approach - No ‘one-size fits all’ solution

10 Our experience of what has worked 1.Early Intervention 2.Working with Families 3.Building real relationships 4.Using the relationships 5.Close multi-agency working There for young people 24/7


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