Young people enjoy a range of activities both at home and in the community. Staff are committed and in the words of one social worker, ‘go the extra mile’ to make sure that young people have access to exciting and stimulating activities’.
At progress, we recognise that children, young adults and their families sometimes need a break, a change of scenery and the chance to have some fun. For young people, this could be time out doing something completely different, enjoying space to be themselves or meeting with other young people who share similar life challenges. For parents, a break is also chance to temporarily switch off, recharge batteries and spend quality time alone or with other family members, away from the day-to-day responsibilities of caring. Of course that’s only possible if you know your child is being well cared for. Progress short breaks come in a variety of forms. All of them include the reassurance of our excellent care and support.