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Services NSPCC Plymouth provide
Letting the Future In
Letting the Future In provides therapeutic work for children and young people who have been affected by sexual abuse. The age range is from 4 to 17. All the work is delivered at the child's pace and aims to be child focused and non-directive although several key themes are explored within the work. Help is also provided to the child's parent/ carer.
Turn the Page
Turn the Page is based on current best practice in work with young people with harmful sexual behaviour. It aims to manage their behaviour and reduce the risk of repeat offences by addressing underlying factors.
Together for Childhood
Putting families at the heart of Ernesettle. Together for Childhood is a place based initiative, launched in Plymouth to prevent child sexual abuse. We are working together with the Ernesettle Community.
In Ctrl offers targeted support for school children to understand healthy and unhealthy relationships, while also offering tailored guidance for carers to help them manage children's screen time amid the pandemic.
The free service will now be offered virtually on a one-to-one basis to more schools across Plymouth for students aged between nine and thirteen.
As part of the service children and young people will work with NSPCC staff to explore themes such as boundaries, pressure and expectation online, self-care, body image, and sexting.
For more information, please get in touch.
- 3 to 4 years old
- 4 to 5 years old
- 5 to 11 years old
- 12 to 16 years old
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