About Inspire Community Services
In January 2014 the Inspire Group become more diverse offering Specialist Community Based Support, assessments, accommodation, Parenting Programmes, Training and Education for Looked After Children, Care Leavers, Parents and Families. Our experienced and dedicated team meets the hardest to reach needs and client circumstances throughout Yorkshire, Lancashire, Cheshire, Greater Manchester and Merseyside. Our creative and unique service work in partnership with local authorities and other professionals to provide bespoke packages to our service users in dignified and respectful manner, which is the cornerstone of our service delivery
We contribute to young people’s and service users support, learning, development and safeguarding and this is reflected in every aspect of our practice and service provision;
Our team will work with parents and families who are partners in the care, learning, development and safeguarding of their children recognising they are often the young persons first and most enduring carers and educators.
Individuality, diversity and difference are valued and celebrated and permeate all its service provision.
Equality of opportunity and anti discriminatory practice are actively promoted within all aspects of the Inspire’s practice.
We actively promote Young people or other service users health and well-being.
At Inspire young people or other service users have their personal and physical safety safeguarded, whilst allowing for risk and challenge as appropriate to the capabilities of the individual.
Self esteem and resilience are recognised as essential to every young person or other service users development.
Confidentiality and agreements about confidential information are respected as appropriate unless a young person or other service users protection and well-being are at stake.
Professional knowledge, skills and values are shared appropriately at Inspire in order to enrich the experience of the individual more widely.
Best practice requires a continuous search for improvement and self awareness of how our staff are perceived by others.
We operate a “Culture Of Awareness” which recognises that young people or other service users are potentially subject to exploitation by adults who wish to use social care as an access point to vulnerable young people.