Young Person’s Support Worker and a Nursery Nurse
Sharing the good times along with the sad times. Have made some amazing friendships.
Within the Young Person’s Service it would consist of checking any referrals that have come in and make contact with the families. Head out to the schools to see any young people or prepare for sessions I have within Jade’s Place. Within Rebecca House it varies each day due to what children are attending. Make sure all care needs are met and maybe even a trip out if it’s nice. Make sure they are fed and medication given. Various activities can be planned before getting ready for the children attending overnight.
Make sure my kids are up and sorted for school, quick cuppa and feed the dog. Routine is what makes the mornings runs smoothly… sometimes
Walk the dog or a nice glass of wine.
Fun, rewarding and supportive.
Receiving my Diploma in Youth Counselling.
To continue to grow the Young Person’s Service and make people aware of how important it is to discuss death and dying with children.
There have been so many memories but one I will never forget was when I met a young person who was going through a bereavement and she wrote me a letter to thank me for helping her to explain her feelings and how she felt happy again. Within Rebecca House, we had such a lovely time when we took two of the girls to go and watch Grease the musical. Seeing their faces and how much they enjoyed it was a fantastic memory I will treasure.