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01274 665598

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Inspired Neighbourhoods CIC , Wright Watson Enterprise Centre, Thorp Garth, Idle, Bradford, BD10 9LD

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Inspired Young & Healthy People

Inspires Young & Healthy People supports Early Intervention Nurture-based sessions for Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) issues. Our approach is solution focused and a person centred. This comprises of:

  • Group work in schools (Primary & Secondary).
  • We provide school staff support with young people with social, emotional and mental health issues.
  • One to one support for Special Educational Needs (SEN), or young people who struggle socially in groups and need one to one support.
  • We provide Virtual Webinars, story-telling sessions for schools Personal, Social, Health and Economic curriculum (PSHE).  We have developed our own stories and supported by MYMUP for the illustrations.
  • We offer a wrap-around service for families, providing family support for social, emotional and mental health issues, and family support with housing, benefits, employment.

Inspired Young & Healthy People have worked with Primary and Secondary schools and in communities across Bradford.  We work with young people aged between 9-13 to promote positive mental health and develop their self-esteem.  The sessions that we deliver are Solution Focused, Person Centred and tailored to the individual young person.

The Inspired Young and Healthy People team provide a person- centred approach and the core values are that we are understanding (empathic), accepting (having unconditional positive regard) and genuine (congruent). 

We also work with a solution focused approach to support young people with social, emotional and mental health issues.  The reason we promote this way of working is because the central element is how we talk and listen to young people.  How we talk about events and ourselves has the capacity to change how we are.  Solution focused practice aims to restore young people’s problem-solving potential and mobilise their own inner resources or resourcefulness.  We like to find out from young people their strengths and finding out what works for the young person.  We offer eight sessions that can be group or one to one work.  The workshops will have a different theme each week and will focus on individual children’s strengths, how to deal with worries, managing conflict and how to deal with bullies, teamwork and emotional regulation. These topics will be delivered through exciting games and interactive activities with a core theme of fun running through them. 

The main aims of the project are to:

  • Reducing isolation - making friends, communicating with others, joining in interactive games/activities, clear signs of involvement, actively engaging in the team.
  • Feeling less helpless - improving confidence, improving interaction, fulfilling their potential (or at least trying), trying all activities, becoming less concerned about failing, controlling emotions, using all capabilities/skills.
  • Greater sense of being heard - becoming listened to, finding their voice, raising important issues, joining in group discussions, initiating conversation with peers and adults, being fully engaged.

What We Offer

  • 8 sessions with a group of young people (maximum 10 per group).  
  • Working with young people aged 9-13 across Bradford’s Primary and Secondary Schools.  Working with young people who are struggling with their Social, Emotional, Mental Health. 
  • Themed Sessions (including identify children’s strengths, worries, managing conflict, how to deal with bullies, teamwork and emotional regulation).
  • Strategies to build resilience. 
  • Themes will be delivered through exciting games and interactive activities.
  • Last session, we celebrate the amazing work the young people have been doing. Positive messages will be shared and awards will be given out.
  • We offer a return visit within 3 months after completion of the course.
  • We offer 1/1 coaching for young people aged 9-13, those who need additional support.
  • We offer family support.
  • We will be piloting a Drop In centre, going live on Tuesday 16th November 2021, at 4-6pm for young people aged from 9-18 and their families, no referral required.  This project is a collaboration with the All-Stars Team. The Drop-In service is just for young people & families to discuss their issues, problems, worries and concerns.  This service offers a listening service only.  We do not offer any therapeutic support, like counselling etc.  This is not a service for families in crisis.  The venue is our Guardian House building, 22 Manor Row, Bradford, BD1 4QU.

We work with young people aged between 9-13 in Primary and secondary schools.  

We will be piloting a Drop In centre, going live on Tuesday 16th November 2021, at 4-6pm for young people aged from 9-18 and their families.

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