Youth Options work with Looked After Children (LAC) from across the county. They have been placed in foster care for a variety of reasons and, for whatever reason, have experienced turbulence, instability and change to their lives. This can leave them vulnerable, with complex emotional needs, or struggling in mainstream education.

If everyone took care of children the way you all do, there would be no need for foster carers and the world would be a better place. My young person loves seeing you all.

Foster Carer

What We Do

Our team run both centre based and outdoor activities including arts and crafts, team games, educational games, outdoor learning  and music. Each session encourages conversation, maintains engagement with learning, increases confidence and develops self-esteem. They will have the opportunity to develop friendships with other children in similar situations to their own as well as forming relationships with understanding, supportive and caring adults in our staff.

We currently Impact, a weekly after-school club aimed at children aged 5-11 years old. Over the pandemic we also ran an Outdoor holiday club to keep LAC engaged in learning over the school holidays.

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    If you are a social carer or foster carer that would like to refer a young person for Impact, please contact our Head Office - 01794 525510 and we can provide you with further information. 

    Case study

    Holly and Pudsey

    Find out how our staff used Holly's love of Disney, dancing and princesses to support her journey from  a quiet, shy 7 year old to Impact Star of the Week! 

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