Children aged 9 to 13 who may have existing vulnerabilities due to previous adverse experiences in their childhood. These adverse experiences may include physical, sexual, domestic or emotional abuse, neglect, parental ill health or substance use or absence or separation from parents. The service also supports parents, helping them understand the work that is being offered to their children and the opportunity to discuss any concerns they have online.
In Ctrl is delivered by The National Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Children (NSPCC), based in the UK. Currently, it is being run in Belfast, South Wales, Coventry, Leeds and Bradford.
Mode and context of delivery
In Ctrl is a group work programme for children that aims to help them keep safe and prevent online sexual abuse..
Level/Nature of staff expertise required
The programme is run by trained NSPCC Staff
Intensity/extent of engagement with target group(s)
The programme lasts up to eight weeks and can be delivered one-to-one when a child needs extra support.
Description of intervention
In Ctrl is a group work programme for children and young people that aims to help them keep safe and prevent online sexual abuse. It lasts up to 8 weeks and can be delivered 1-to-1 when a child or young person needs extra support.
None available at present
INFORMATION CORRECT AT NOVEMBER 2019