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if you need to quickly leave this. We are a therapeutic service that aims to support children and young people who have experienced sexual abuse. The first session is a meeting with you, your parents or carers, the Jigsaw worker and the social worker. The other 9 sessions are for you and the Jigsaw worker on your own.
Jigsaw workers use lots of different creative ways to help you recover from abuse, this includes art, drama, books, games, toys and talking. The Jigsaw workers will arrange to meet you somewhere you feel safe and comfortable to talk. We are a team of 8 counsellors with experience of working with children and young people who have suffered sexual or physical abuse. We are led by a Clinical Psychologist.
They will be asked to help and support you through your Jigsaw sessions and will be expected to meet with your social worker. If necessary, we also offer Jigsaw sessions for parents to help them with their feelings and to help them to support you. This option will be discussed at the introductory meeting. For very young children it is often more helpful to work with parents rather than directly with the .
Children must be open to Social Care professions who can refer to Jigsaw following a core assessment. This makes sure Jigsaw is the right service for you and helps make sure any support we offer is well linked in with other support you might be having. This is discussed with you.
Usually, ten sessions are enough. However, if you need more help your Jigsaw worker will either ask for more sessions or talk to your social worker about getting more support from another service. A summary of the work will be shared with you where possible. This summary will be sent to the person that referred you to the service. Jigsaw is available for all children including children with disabilities. Sessions are child focussed and plan to meet the individual needs of the. Sessions take place in the child's home or another suitable venue.
Staff come from a variety of backgrounds. We have staff who have special educational needs SEN experience. Jigsaw sessions often take place in schools and Jigsaw workers liase with staff about how best to meet the needs of the children we work with. Jigsaw workers will think with young people around the impact of abuse at key transition points in their life and support their networks to make transistions as safe as possible.
The Jigsaw Service leaflets are distributed within social care teams that initiate referrals to the service. Jigsaw follows Cornwall council procedures for resolving disagreements compliments and complaints. Your feedback is important to us. It will help us improve your experience of using this website in the future. If you have noticed outdated information, or a service is no longer running, please let us know using the 'is this information correct? Search for. Home Jigsaw. Jigsaw Services and organisations that have the Local Offer flash have filled out inclusion information, meaning that they meet the needs of people with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities SEND.
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