Our services for families, disabled children and those struggling with education or in need of therapeutic support are designed to deliver positive outcomes. Drawing on evidence based models and latest research, our multi-disciplinary staff are committed to making a lasting difference.
We deliver needs led, innovative services that offer real value for money and build brighter futures for as many children and young people as possible.
Whether it’s supporting individual disabled children and their families, offering evidenced based family interventions, re-engaging children in education or working directly with young people on behavioural management issues, we remain committed to offering high quality, person centred and strengths based services which ensure that positive outcomes are achieved.
Our diverse projects strengthen families and keep children safe whilst our commitment to improving relationships has enabled children to remain living within the family home safely and sustainably.
We provide structured, evidence-based interventions that enable families to develop problem solving skills, build resilience and achieve positive, sustainable behaviour change. Our trained and experienced staff will provide a rapid response to children and families in crisis, enabling them to address and overcome the difficulties that have led to the family being at risk of breakdown, and prevent further escalation and referral to care proceedings.
Whether it’s to limit the risk of children being moved into care, to address complex multiple needs across a family unit or to support the re-unification of families post care order, we are passionate and committed to developing and delivering innovative and impactful solutions that meet our commissioning partner’s needs and improve the lives of children and families affected.
“I was very impressed with the work being undertaken by Core Assets. It was very refreshing to be able to sit down and talk about a family and feel the concerns were taken on board by someone who had read the referral and taken the appropriate time to listen to and digest the case and see the support the programme could offer.”