At Corley Centre we employ a Family Support Worker, Ms Nagra
The main role of the Family Support Worker is to support the well-being of young people and their families.
A key part of the Family Support Worker’s role is working closely with the young person, their family and other professionals. We know we support young people best when we work together, respecting and valuing each other’s expertise. We hope to be able to support young people by identifying the positive things in their lives, as well as the challenges they are facing and what we can do to overcome them.
Support for families
Here are some of the things the Family Support Worker might be able to support you with:
- Leisure activities
- Short breaks
- Local support groups
- Information about Autism
- Managing challenging behaviour
- Charity applications
- Health issues
- Attending meetings
- Signposting to other services
- Support for carers or young carers
The Family Support Worker may feel that the CAF (Common Assessment Framework) might be helpful for you and your family. The Family Support Worker may meet with you in school, but may also meet with you at home to talk about this process.
For other information please look at the links below or on our home page.