Cordia Children and Families
Partnership working and communication with families is key in creating a bespoke personal support plan, taking into consideration the needs of the family along with their aspirations and long-term goals.
The Children and Families Service staff take a holistic approach when working with a family group, and can provide anything from befriending and parental support, to healthy lifestyle advice and community involvement support.
Vulnerable children and families
Currently supporting 120 families seven days a week, the service aspires to provide these families with positive outcomes that will continue throughout their lives.
The team is made up of a mix of family support workers, a service coordinator and area operations manager.
The service is underpinned by a number of aspirations, which include:
Equipping children with life skills to engage with their peers while safeguarding them in their current environment
Supporting children in maintaining school attendance and providing social engagement through activities
Supporting parents/guardians with everyday living skills in relation to the children
offering insight and detailed reports to allocated workers within all services to the strengths and weaknesses within a child’s home and how to target the care plan to achieve positive results.
8am – 11am
4pm – 8pm7 Days a week
Services can be accessed via social work
The page was last updated on 28 September 2018