Supported Accommodation 52 Weeks of Keywork Sessions – Unlocking Potential

£33.99

Designed to complement the required outcomes from the Guide to Supported Accommodation Regulations, including Quality Standards, our 52-week session outlines are a comprehensive guide intended to elevate supported accommodation keyworkers in delivering exceptional support throughout the year. This 52-week roadmap empowers keyworkers, providing a clear framework for personalised support for each young person.

The 52-week keywork planner includes sessions on various topics, including building trust and rapport, setting goals and action planning, emotional regulation and coping skills, cultural diversity and inclusion, future planning and aspirations, building resilience, self-advocacy and assertiveness and more. Each session is designed to help improve outcomes and life chances for young people in supported accommodation. The resource provides a session topic and suggested activities and discussion points.

With an easy-to-follow format outlining key elements for each session, this guide simplifies session planning for keyworkers. It is an invaluable resource from the beginning to the end of the keywork journey, offering fresh ideas and a structured approach for individual work with young people. A keywork record is included.

Includes session plan outline for keyworkers to follow.

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Building trust is a crucial aspect of keywork relationships, and it can be challenging to establish trust between the young person and the keyworker. Other common challenges include communication barriers, emotional resistance, and difficulty in collaborative problem-solving. These challenges can be addressed by creating a safe and supportive environment, setting clear goals and expectations, actively listening to the young person’s thoughts and emotions, and providing appropriate support and guidance.

The 52-week keywork planner can be adapted for individual young people’s needs by tailoring the sessions to their specific goals and challenges. Keyworkers should consider young people’s trauma and challenges and the required outcomes outlined in the Guide to Supported Accommodation Regulations and the Quality Standards. The planner provides a framework for sessions that can be adjusted to meet the unique needs of each young person.

Topics are varied but include concepts such as:

  • Building trust and establishing rapport
  • Problem-Solving and Resilience
  • Creative Expression
  • Personal Identity and Self-Reflection
  • Education, Employment, and Future Planning
  • Self-Advocacy and Assertiveness
  • Positive Communication and Conflict Resolution
  • Career Mentoring and Networking
  • Healthy Body Image and Self-Acceptance
  • Personal Safety in the Community
  • Building Self-esteem and Confidence
  • Healthy Sexual Relationships and Consent
  • Transition to Independent Living and many more topics.

With an easy-to-follow format outlining key elements for each session, this guide simplifies session planning for keyworkers. It is an invaluable resource from the beginning to the end of the keywork journey, offering fresh ideas and a structured approach for individual work with young people.

Includes session plan outline for keyworkers to follow.

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