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Using brain science to help families thrive

Solutions for professionals

Family Support's mission is to support every child & young person to thrive and reach their full potential. Our guidance and learning is designed to help professionals, schools and organisations working with children and young adults understand the effects of trauma on a child’s physical, mental, and emotional wellbeing.

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Using Brain Science
An Introduction to Using Brain Science
An Introduction to Using Brain Science

This online course explains the concept of brain science and development through simple and tested metaphors. You will learn practical steps you can take to support a child’s healthy brain development.

products for schools
Solutions for Schools
Solutions for Schools

We understand how trauma effects brain development and that trauma experienced by children and young people has an impact on their behaviour, attendance, and ultimately educational and social outcomes. See how we can help your school.

Solutions for Authorities
Solutions for Local Authorities
Solutions for Local Authorities

We work with local authorities to help give children, young people and families the best start in life. We have also developed an evidence based audit system, Family Quest, to transform quality assurance.

Our resources & insights

Podcasts
Podcasts
Podcasts

The perfect companion for professionals looking to expand their knowledge and practical understanding of the brain metaphors used by Family Support practitioners.

Overloaded Toolbox
Overloaded Toolbox
Overloaded Toolbox

Family Support, working with Here, has released a series of mindful activities packs - perfect for the classroom or working with children.

using brain science blogs
Using Brain Science Blogs
Using Brain Science Blogs

Explore effective ways to help children, young people and families thrive. Including topics such as brain science, the importance of early intervention and being trauma sensitive.

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