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Our Impact

Established in 2018, with a small cohort of 5 parents, we have steadily grown over the years and have now worked with 124 families.

The following data relates to
80 parents, who collectively have 137 children, who completed the New Beginnings Foundation (NBF) 24 week Attachment and Trauma Informed Programme:

Updated February 2024

Our Impact

Established in 2018, with a small cohort of 5 parents, we have steadily grown over the years and have now worked with 124 families. 

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90% of children achieved a Step Down in the severity of their situation by the end of the NB Programme

(n=123/137)

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68% of families continue to         access our Post Programme Support offer. 

 

 

                    (n=54/80)

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93% of children remained with     their birth families by the end of the NB Programme.

 

 

(n=127/137)

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We have 13 active peer mentors facilitating group work sessions and CPD workshops for New Beginnings. 

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89% of children were successfully rehabilitated home to their birth families

[n= 16/ 18 children who were in foster care at the start of the programme ]

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In 2021, a Cost Benefit Analysis showed that work carried out by New Beginnings with 12 parents and their 20 children  had saved Stockport Social Care £670,000.

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The following data relates to the 80 parents, and 137 children, who completed the programme: 

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Testimonials from parents & professionals

I’ve enjoyed learning about who I am and where I am going. I have also learned where I’m going wrong with how I respond to professionals and this learning has had a big impact on my understanding of child protection. I don’t really enjoy being out of my comfort zone and talking to strangers so I wasn't looking forward to doing New Beginnings but I pushed through it and it’s working now for me and my children. The group now feel like extended family. 

[Parent from Cohort 11]

NB staff are creative and innovative in the ways they work with families and I personally feel that NB is a real bonus for Stockport, especially the way they work collaboratively with social workers as well as families. This programme is amazing and helps so many families not just during the programme but providing post programme support too, so that individuals feel they have support they can access even after NB ends.

[Social worker, Stockport Children’s Services].

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