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Case Study: Helping a young adult find a brighter future

We supported a young male, living in a supported housing scheme located within West Berkshire.

The issues they were facing:

This client was referred to us having no idea what he wanted to do with his life; he had been living with anxiety and depression, which had impacted his confidence and self-esteem.

The support we provided, included:
  • The support we provided helped him to recognise his ambitions, build his confidence and realise his potential.
  • Together with his support worker, we were able to identify his desire to work as a Supported Living Youth Worker helping individuals who have had difficult experiences, like his own.
  • We helped him find a voluntary position in youth work within his local area and he is currently enjoying his new role. Our support worker was also able to source a Level 3 qualification in Youth Work at his local college and we supported him with making an application. We’re proud to say that our client was accepted onto the course, which he started in September.
What our client had to say:

Our client was thankful for the support he received. He is grateful for all the new opportunities we helped him to secure and is hopeful that he will be able to gain his qualification in youth work. Most importantly of all, he now looks forward to a brighter future.

“My support worker has helped me build my confidence, I have seen improvements in my concentration, motivation, organisation, timekeeping and have become more proactive”.



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