Our Wellbeing Strategy embeds a culture of positive wellbeing throughout Outcomes First Group and our wider community.

It’s a strategy for delivering care, education and clinical provisions that meet the needs of children, young people and adults. It prioritises successful outcomes, and is underpinned and informed by current wellbeing research theory and evidence.

OFG Wellbeing Strategy Rainbow

Be open and honest, deliver promises, dream big and be inclusive
Keep young people and adults safe – support their future
A nuturing and compassionate staff team approach
Universal Offer: Holistic Therapeutic Environment
Enhanced Offer
Specialist Offer

Harry

Role: Finance
Base: Central Services
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by adopting OFG values. I am committed to my job, I value diversity in my team, and I am respectful.”

Betsy

Role: Administrator
Base: Maple Grove School
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by keeping up with my mandatory safeguarding and therapeutic parenting training.”

Sid

Role: Foster Carer
Base: National Fostering Agency
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by using the principles of Therapeutic Parenting every day when caring for the young person living with me.”

Callie

Role: Speech and Language Therapist
Base: Bluebell hub
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by ensuring there is a communication package in place in my services so every young person can be heard and understood.”
Clinician supported interdisciplinary
team involvement and care planning

Sam

Role: Therapies Assistant
Base: Erasmus hub
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by updating Therapeutic Plans regulary to ensure the young people’s current needs are met.”
Direct clinical involvement

Amber

Role: Psychotherapist
Base: Red Rose Hub
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by meeting with young people each week and using evidence based approaches to improve their wellbeing.”
Be open and honest, deliver promises, dream big and be inclusive

Harry

Role: Finance
Base: Central Services
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by adopting OFG values. I am committed to my job, I value diversity in my team, and I am respectful.”
Keep young people and adults safe – support their future

Betsy

Role: Administrator
Base: Maple Grove School
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by keeping up with my mandatory safeguarding and therapeutic parenting training.”
A nuturing and compassionate staff team approach

Sid

Role: Foster Carer
Base: National Fostering Agency
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by using the principles of Therapeutic Parenting every day when caring for the young person living with me.”
Universal Offer: Holistic Therapeutic Environment

Callie

Role: Speech and Language Therapist
Base: Bluebell hub
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by ensuring there is a communication package in place in my services so every young person can be heard and understood.”
Enhanced Offer: Clinician supported interdisciplinary
team involvement and care planning

Sam

Role: Therapies Assistant
Base: Erasmus hub
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by updating Therapeutic Plans regulary to ensure the young people’s current needs are met.”
Specialist Offer:
Direct clinical involvement

Amber

Role: Psychotherapist
Base: Red Rose Hub
“I follow the Wellbeing Strategy by meeting with young people each week and using evidence based approaches to improve their wellbeing.”
Young boy playing pool

Our Approach

Wellbeing can be defined as a state of being comfortable, healthy and happy. We want our Wellbeing Strategy to extend beyond this, and to emphasise that positive wellbeing outcomes are everyone’s responsibility.

Our Wellbeing Strategy ensures that all the children, young people and adults we educate and care for are nurtured, their physical and mental health is prioritised, and they’re given opportunities leading to outcomes that match their strengths and abilities. It aims to ensure that every individual living and learning in one of our settings reaches their optimum level of wellbeing as defined and measured by placement stability, academic achievement and recognised quality of life outcome assessments.

The strategy is closely linked to our vision, our mission and values, as well as our pledge. These statements underpin the more enhanced care and education environments, and the more specialised interventions that some young people need in order to reach their optimum level of wellbeing.

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