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Services

Netpex provides a flexible and personalised service for young people aged 16+ years, helping them to achieve a successful transition into independence and adulthood. We aim to enable our young people to develop and maintain respect, independence and self-care skills, and to make informed, age appropriate decisions concerning their present and future.

We are experienced in supporting young people with varying needs:
  • Attention deficit disorder
  • Attachment disorders
  • Autistic spectrum disorder
  • Challenging behaviour
  • Criminal behaviour
  • Drug and alcohol abuse
  • Gang involvement
  • Low level sexualised behaviour
  • Mental health issues
  • Moderate learning disabilities
  • Post Traumatic Stress Disorder
  • Self-harming behaviours

Individually Tailored Support

We understand that getting the right care is very important; therefore we offer personalised support, according to each individual’s needs. Our core service includes on-site support, 24 hours per day, 7 days per week, 52 weeks per year. Friendly and professional staff provide positive role models for the young people we support. They develop warm relationships with each individual, guiding and encouraging towards increasing self-esteem, making positive changes and reaching goals.

  • We Tailored, individualised support, on a 1:1 basis, based on background and circumstances.
  • A formulated coaching and care plan, to help manage the transition to independence for the young person.
  • Continual support through their education and career pathway including help with CV writing, searching for training courses and employment and links with job opportunities in the local community.
  • Weekly 1:1 key work sessions focused around safety, building positive relationships, maintaining personal hygiene, health, education/employment/training, managing emotions, reflective sessions and preparing for independence.
  • Weekly/Monthly goals set in collaboration with the young person.
  • Setting clear boundaries and expectations in preparation for adulthood.
  • Counselling support and a variety of therapies if necessary to overcome any difficulties experienced.

We provide young people with shared living experiences or solo training flat experiences to prepare them for independent living. For those who require additional support we offer 24 hour support, and 1:1 and 2:1 packages of care. At our accommodation, our young people have the opportunity to develop independent living skills, learn how to maintain a home, and plan their future.

Semi Independent Accommodation

We currently offer high standard supported living services in safe and homely environments across the UK. We provide young people with shared living experiences or solo training flat experiences to prepare them for independent living. For those who require additional support we offer 24 hour support, and 1:1 and 2:1 packages of care. At our accommodation, our young people have the opportunity to develop independent living skills, learn how to maintain a home, and plan their future.
See our Accommodation & Support Packages

We currently offer high standard supported living services in safe and homely environments across the UK. We provide young people with shared living experiences or solo training flat experiences to prepare them for independent living. For those who require additional support we offer 24 hour support, and 1:1 and 2:1 packages of care. At our accommodation, our 

Parent and Baby Support

We firmly believe that if a young person has a child they should be able to care for that baby whilst they are getting the support they need. Therefore we supply private units to support young parents, developing their skills and helping them to pursue their goals.

Together with their social worker they are able to work through issues such as:

  • Self confidence
  • Behavioural issues
  • Drug issues
  • Emotional detachment
  • Coping with parenthood whilst having a learning/physical disability

We aim to integrate them back into society by providing:

  • Parenting skills – topics such as sleeping, eating and bathing times are covered. Also general development of the baby is discussed
  • Education on a safe environment – keeping a clean and tidy home ensuring safety of the baby
  • Links to local resources – such as crèches and support groups
  • Assistance with returning to work – Gaining access to local crèches

We also work, where appropriate, with the young person’s family in order to assist in improving relationships and actively support them to maintain the positive links in their lives.
In order to achieve the best possible outcomes, we also liaise with external agencies, such as health and social care professionals, drug and alcohol services, advocacy services, CAMH services, housing, education and vocational training providers and employers.

We accept referrals 24/7 during out of hours and weekends and we accommodate and are experienced in supporting UASC (Unaccompanied Asylum Seeker Children)