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Children and Transitions

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What is Children’s and Transitions Care?

The outreach service support we provide is for children and young people with disabilities aged 7-18 years old.

We will talk to you, your child and their Social Worker about what types of activities we can offer, such as:

  • Eating out
  • Sporting activities
  • Shopping.

 

We also offer groups targeted at children and young people with disabilities  where we discuss with the children and young people what activities they’d like to do (i.e. life skills – cookery, shopping, cookery and sports).

 

For children with learning disabilities, autism, or other disorders, the ability to function in society is vital.
By becoming part of society, they’re able to have a fuller life, learn to be on their own, and are given the satisfaction of personal accomplishments.

No matter the level of disability, our team provides the support you need to help overcome issues.

Our team assesses your needs, finds the right person to provide your family with support, and helps your child succeed.

 



Our Experience

Why choose CJP Outreach?
  • Expert support and guidance
  • Bespoke recruitment centred around you
  • We deliver a person-centred approach that delivers support how you want it
  • A dedicated team that see you as the individual
  • Training driven by your needs and requirements
  • A health and social care team with over 50 years experience in delivering quality care and support 
There are a wide range of activities we support
  • Eating out
  • Sporting activities
  • Shopping
  • Learning and development support
  • Transitioning to adult services
  • Supporting with personal care
  • Providing breaks to parents



Our Approach

Our Support Plans
A care and support plan will include all of the details relating to an individual’s health care needs, including any diagnosis that they may have, and the treatment required. Written in first person, a support plan is centred around the individual and their wishes, and will include important information such as their next of kin and other professionals involved in their care.
 
Support plans also give detailed information and instructions to carers, ensuring that they deliver care exactly as agreed with the customer during their initial assessment. Support plans can be altered at any time by the customer’s care manager and are always reviewed every six months.
 
 
Arranging Children’s and Transition Care

If you would like to arrange care or support for your loved one, you can call us or send us an enquiry through our website or via email  info@cjpos.co.uk 

We operate on a “no obligation” basis, we are always happy to chat through options and look at ways we may be able to help