Positive praise received as another young person reaches independence.

Positive praise received as another young person reaches independence.

Posted 3rd September 2020

The project has received some positive feedback from a Social Worker…

"I feel it needs to be said and heard somewhere of the amazing things you and the team have achieved with this last cohort of young people who have taken part in the house project. Particularly my young person, who would more than likely be on a different, less positive path if it wasn’t for the patience and commitment the House Project. My young person has said on a number of occasions how grateful he is to have people like Rapinder and Naz there for him when he needs support. My young person temporarily moved back home to live with his mother whilst he awaits the keys for his new accommodation, this move would not have been possible 12 months ago. I truly feel the change in this young person is because of the lessons he has been taught during the House Project Group activities. Not only is this Young Person now able to transition into adulthood and independent living with ease, he has also made a number of lifelong friends with shared experiences"

A huge well done to the team and also to our young person for his commitment to the project.

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