Young Adults

Supporting our young people with school enrolment and work experience

2019-06-13T20:51:45+00:00

At Silver Birch Care one of our core objectives is to create a supportive environment that helps facilitate each young person’s access to either education or vocational training, and supporting them on to a diverse range of employment opportunities. We are delighted to announce that a young person in our Eastcote unit has successfully [...]

Supporting our young people with school enrolment and work experience2019-06-13T20:51:45+00:00

Encouraging our young people to succeed

2019-06-13T20:46:01+00:00

At Silver Birch Care we believe that by providing young people with positive role models, and our dedicated support staff, we can successfully equip them with the independent living skills they need to move forward and make positive contributions to their wider communities. Preparing for Post 18 life One young person from our Thornton [...]

Encouraging our young people to succeed2019-06-13T20:46:01+00:00

Maintaining the health of our staff and young people

2019-06-13T20:40:00+00:00

At Silver Birch Care our staff are skilled in identifying and responding to early indicators of physical and mental health issues. Staff at our Harrow unit supported one young person who had developed a bad cough by taking him to his local GP. The doctor fortunately concluded that it was just a minor virus [...]

Maintaining the health of our staff and young people2019-06-13T20:40:00+00:00

The importance of building confidence

2019-06-13T20:30:42+00:00

At Silver Birch Care, we strive to help build confidence through experience, and support the development of our young people by facilitating a healthy balance of both leisure and work related activities. Confidence An example of this is one of our young people at our Leyton unit who is doing very well since residing with [...]

The importance of building confidence2019-06-13T20:30:42+00:00

The importance of teamwork and feedback

2019-06-13T20:24:20+00:00

Our main objective is always to provide a safe, supportive and homely environment. Feedback from our staff and social workers are imperative to ensure we are continually thinking about how to improve our service. One example of this is a young person (S) who moved into our Westminster unit. We received first hand feedback [...]

The importance of teamwork and feedback2019-06-13T20:24:20+00:00