Young Carers – Early Intervention Resources


Product Description

Master copy packed with A4 colourful response pages and reporting templates complete with usb drive edited to your specific requirements and licensed for your organisation to photocopy or print.

Creative Resources cover contemporary topics; include introductions and guides, reporting and achievement charts, portfolio cover[s] and more.

Interactive pages face contemporary issues with colourful, themed images, sensitive text and response areas.

Edited into one, two or three volumes Happy Days Interactive Support Resources include usb drive[s] and license[s] to print or photocopy for your organisation.

Resources can be edited to your organisation’s specific requirements, topic headings or issues and your preferred logo added to the front cover:

Having creative resources at hand can be cost effective and time saving whilst generating an enjoyable environment to access and discuss any difficulties or needs a young person or adult may be experiencing and require support for.

Children and Young People

Research suggests that identifying a child’s problems early on and supplying effective help when or where necessary will have a positive multiplier effect as the child or young person grows up. As young carers, children and young people may find themselves missing school, avoiding homework, clubs, being with friends, everyday activities and social life. Happy Days pages are designed to help support workers working with young people identify practical caring difficulties or emotional needs and bring about earlier or more specific support to aid a young person’s well-being.

Interactive Activity Pages can also help develop awareness and provide the opportunity to
consider choices regarding social and cultural obstacles: bullying – cyber-bullying – drug
awareness – family conflict – teenage pregnancies – exam pressure. Recognising young carers
in the community – nurturing life skills – encouraging coping strategies continue the series to
encourage talking and thinking about self identification as a way to develop emotional well-being and a stronger sense of self-worth.

Interactive Pages may include:

About me ~ Who Can Help Me? ~ My Crisis Plan ~ I’m Not Angry ~ Happy Plans ~
My Crazy Calendar ~ My Face ~ Map Your Life ~ Who Me? ~ Light-bulb Moments ~ MotivationStation ~ Me Time ~


Caring for someone else is a kind and generous act which can sometimes cause people to feel overwhelmed and even depressed or guilty, missing out of the on-going-ness of everyday life.

Happy Days interactive pages are designed to help the adult carer identify, understand and encourage changes to everyday living which may require a different approach since the person became a carer.

Themed pages with sensitive text and response areas encourage the importance of self-care for the carer.

Doing Things Together – this section offers practical, creative and conversational ideas and prompts to encourage shared interaction and meaningful activity for improved sense of well-being for both the carer and the person being cared for.

Choose From:

Doing Things Together – My Life in Stories – Day Planner – Journals – Post Your Worries – Six Favourite Chill-out Moments – Feeling Fine – Glorious Gardening – By the Seaside and more.

A cost effective unique resource – prices start at £395

[content quantity, supply quantity and specific edit services are reasonably priced to ensure the resources can be achievable for your organisation]