Floating Support

Overview

Floating support is one to one support with a named support worker to help maintain a tenancy and prevent homelessness. Appointments may be at the young person’s home, at our office or in the local community.

 

Support areas include:
  • Developing social skills
  • Accessing employment, training, or education
  • Access to hardship funding for essential items
  • Access to learning and tenancy training
  • Obtaining furniture for your home
  • Accessing benefits
  • Accessing health and wellbeing services
  • Support to develop independent living skills, such as:
    • Cooking
    • Budgeting
    • Managing bills
    • Understanding and dealing with letters

Access to support, learning, advice, and guidance for a range of needs linked to homelessness and homelessness prevention, including access to hardship funds, a safe environment, facilities and food and referral to other specialist provision, including referral to mental health and wellbeing providers.

Our Approach

YPEP empowers young people with the independent living skills needed to sustain a tenancy successfully, to improve health and wellbeing and to progress into education, employment and training. Sessions are delivered in both group and one to one sessions and include: Cooking, Budgeting, New tenancy workshops, Anger management, Health and Safety in your home, Craft groups, CV workshops, Job interviews, Mental wellbeing and Managing emotional wellbeing.

Young people are provided with:
  • An action plan addressing immediate and longer term needs
  • Clear guidance on the rules young people to follow when staying with a host
  • Transport to and from the host home
  • A private bedroom
  • Bathing and laundry facilities
  • Meals
  • Emotional and practical support
  • Support to move on to longer term accommodation, or to return home where safe and appropriate
  • Access to Hardship fund for essential items
  • 24 hour on call support
  • Access to learning and tenancy training

Creative Club

Overview

Children start to explore the world around them as soon as they are born. At Kidzee, the play group curriculum enables children to continue their exploration. 

The objective of the program is to train parents to help them foster their child’s development by learning and practising child development through a scientific approach. This program helps infants and toddlers develop their latent language and maths skills through the Glenn Doman method. 

Our kindergarten curriculum provides many opportunities for students to develop their readiness skills until they are able to master concepts and understandings at their instructional level. Most of our students end the school year reading at least one or two years above grade level. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation.

Class Detail
  • Price FREE
  • Age3-5 year
  • Time8-10 am
  • Capacity20 kids
  • Duration20 hours
Contact form 1

    What you learn

    • Learning by exploration
    • Building communication skills
    • Encouraging positive peer interaction
    • Theme based Concept Time
    • Math Readiness
    • Language Readiness
    • Opportunities for fine and gross motor
    • Promoting cognitive development

    Activities Involved

    • Sensory Time
    • Story Time
    • Water Play
    • Sand Play
    • Creative Time
    • Library Time
    • Puppet shows and skits
    • Free Play with Technology Corner

    What parents say

    “My child loves learning, can think critically, and has an amazing educational base. Both kids are comfortable speaking in public and they have great memories with wonderful role models.”
    Claire Stone
    Parents

    Holiday Club

    Overview

    Children start to explore the world around them as soon as they are born. At Kidzee, the play group curriculum enables children to continue their exploration. 

    The objective of the program is to train parents to help them foster their child’s development by learning and practising child development through a scientific approach. This program helps infants and toddlers develop their latent language and maths skills through the Glenn Doman method. 

    Our kindergarten curriculum provides many opportunities for students to develop their readiness skills until they are able to master concepts and understandings at their instructional level. Most of our students end the school year reading at least one or two years above grade level. Lorem ipsum dolor sit amet, consectetur adipisicing elit, sed do eiusmod tempor incididunt ut labore et dolore magna aliqua. Ut enim ad minim veniam, quis nostrud exercitation.

    Class Detail
    • Price $140
    • Age3-5 year
    • Time8-10 PM
    • Capacity30 kids
    • Duration25 hours
    Contact form 1

      What you learn

      • Learning by exploration
      • Building communication skills
      • Encouraging positive peer interaction
      • Promoting cognitive development

      Activities Involved

      • Story Time
      • Creative Time
      • Library Time
      • Puppet shows and skits