Helping People Make Better Choices

As you may already know we all have our own shadows that follow us daily.  Well that’s much the same principle of a shadow mentor, someone who is there daily to give young people advice or prompt them to help make better choices about the food they eat, encourage them to get enough sleep and exercise and to eat healthy balanced meals or for their personal development to explore problems and possible solutions.  

A young person might use mentors to assist them with direct work, for example, extra assistance to move their independence planning.   Direct work may also involve:


  • Advocacy to help voice concerns to others
  • Help complete job application forms and assist with job searches
  • Help with CV writing
  • Help with interview skills and techniques
  • Accompany to colleges and training providers
  • One to one support in personal living skills
  • Someone to talk to at any time - a young person needs to speak to an adult about personal issues or just a general chit-chat
  • Book support to accompany young people to community activities and social trips to places of interest for example the gym or sports facilities or events.
  • Ask about dangers of drinks, drugs, smoking and risky sexual activity
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