Our Keyworker team at Care Masters supports young people in our secure care home with their educational requirements. The majority of these young people are between the ages of 16 and 18, and they find conventional education difficult. The team comes up with innovative methods to engage and motivate young people in learning to leave with certificates and skills and a plan for the future when they leave our care.
EMPLOYMENT AND TRAINING
We support our young people in gaining employment and training to enhance their skills and knowledge, we also support with apprenticeship, where our young people can be trained in new generation of practitioner of trade or profession with on-the-job training or accompanying study.
Care Masters will integrate clinical therapy input into all of our programmes so that young people, caregivers, and employees may get the assistance they need when they need it. In addition, we will collaborate with mental health organisations to develop holistic, dynamic, relationship-centred approaches to promote health and wellbeing, building on our current strengths in attachment theory and social philosophy.
Our property is located primarily in a residential location, near local amenities, recreational opportunities, and employment prospects. We provide a secure, warm, and welcoming atmosphere where young people may get personalised support to live as independently as possible.
Care Masters presently operates one supported living accommodation in Luton, which is a seven-bed unit that provides a family-like atmosphere for young people with emotional, social, and behavioural Challenges.
Active Young People
The Youth programme offers a range of sports programmes for young people aged 16 and above in order to encourage them to participate in sports and enhance their physical activity. Football, tennis, hockey, dodge ball, swimming, rugby, mixed martial arts, archery, orienteering, badminton, and gym sessions were among the activities offered. Young people are taught how to live healthy lifestyles, including how to stay active, and seminars are held in addition to the sports programmes to assist young people stay fit and healthy. The young people choose the activities, which take place at various times after school and on weekends.
GENERAL LIFE SKILLS
- Personal hygiene supervision
- Medication supervision and administration
- Baking and cooking
- Food, clothes, and bill payments are all part of the budgeting process.
- Creating a shopping list
- Clothing and bed linens are washed and ironed.
- Cleaning and upkeep of bedrooms and communal spaces