Supporting children and young people ensuring
they feel SAFE & VALUED
Aspired Futures believes in total equality of opportunity for all. Children and young people who have faced disadvantage or challenge are supported throughout childhood into adolescence to be empowered to grasp every opportunity to achieve their full potential.
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Through joined up working we are able to support the most vulnerable children and those facing crisis situations. Sharing professional high standards we ensure children and young people have every opportunity to achieve their full potential.
We work closely with dedicated people who are working hard to ensure children who have suffered crisis can experience a stable family life and access education, leisure, culture, sport and art on an equal level to any other child or young person.
Our professional co-working with education professionals is based on mutual respect for our areas of expertise. The extra-curricular support from Aspired Futures helps many children and young people re-engage in learning and demonstrate their ability to improve their interpersonal skills, change behaviour and grow in confidence.
Aspired Futures works in support of social housing managers to support their tenancy strategy including ‘That the use of social rented housing helps meet wider objectives, including stronger communities, more and higher value jobs, and better health’. Aspired Futures is fully engaged in improving the life chances of young people and enabling them to become positive contributors to their communities.
NB: the ‘in quotes’ text is taken from the Blackpool Council Fylde Coast Local Authorities’ Tenancy Strategy April 2011 document. Click here to view.
We have built strong and lasting bonds of support with children and young people over several years of providing therapeutic services. Our long term support model ensures that young people can contact us in periods of transition or crisis knowing we will continue to offer advice, guidance and support whenever it is needed. We also have honest relationships with parents, carers and families and are able to support siblings and other family members who are otherwise at risk of failing to thrive.