Our innovative Reach Out Stop Exploitation project is one of six funded through Samworth Foundation Young Voices. It aims to reduce the risk of sexual exploitation faced by people with learning disabilities and to enable their voices to impact on service development. As part of the three-year project, people with learning disabilities train as mentors who then train young people, staff and family carers and healthcare professionals about staying safe.
The Samworth Foundation Young Voices has developed a collection of co-created stories and experiences of young people’s participation in projects that tackle sexual exploitation. Go straight to page 19 to read the ROSE Project story which was written by our mentors with support from the ROSE staff team.
Click here to read more about our project, the page includes a link to a blog written by our ROSE project mentors.
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