How NSPCC Childline works with young people

Claire Perry-Cave

NSPCC Childline
East Midlands
Notice Period:
Emergency (maybe less than one week's notice)
Charity and Professional
4th June 2021
Children | Childhood | Emotions | Charity

An insight into how Childline supports young people and the life-changing way in which it works. This will include information sharing, topical discussions and activities to empathise with young people and really understand the challenges they face.

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About Claire Perry-Cave

At Childline we’re here to help young people find their voice when they feel no one else will listen. We’re a unique service, playing a key role in the NSPCC’s vital work to protect children and prevent abuse by being there for young people who have nowhere else to turn. Our priority is always them — those who are in danger or distress. However, any one of them could need our help at any time — so whatever their worry, we need to be there. Childline is for all young people, without exception, regardless of gender, ethnicity, disability, sexuality, beliefs or age. That means we have to have wide appeal and make sure that as many young people as possible know about Childline and what we can offer. We tell young people “it’s your Childline”. Because it is. It’s their world. A place where they can be themselves. Where they’re trusted and not judged. Where they’re listened to, understood and treated as an equal. Childline is all about providing every young person with the support they need, in the way that will work best for them.

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