Ty Connections III Primary aim is to safeguard and promote the welfare of families, vulnerable children and young people whilst working with parents and assisting them to work towards achieving their own goals.
We provide safe, transitional, supportive accommodation for vulnerable families and their children under the guidance of our parenting, educational support programme.
Ty Connections III aims to break the cycle of care using experienced, multi-disciplinary staff, to promote self-sufficiency and hence avoiding re-entry into the care system.
Ty Connections III believes that what is significant for children, is their day-to-day experience of being parented now and in the future, not the diagnosis of their parent’s difficulties. Our commitment will always be to the immediate and long term safety and wellbeing of all our resident children. We offer an inclusive service that is accessible to all vulnerable families regardless of race, back-ground, religion, gender and or any disabilities.
Years of experience
Fair and impartial
Aims and objectives
To approach our work holistically and explore the whole family system to support ‘vulnerable’ parents to improve the quality of their own and their children’s lives and achieve better outcomes.
What our customers say
Placing authorities and professionals comment on the exceptionally strong links with the centre. This ensures excellent communication, continuity of care and interagency working. They describe this as being ‘very impressive’ and they ‘would recommend’ the agency to colleagues.
Ty Connections III have shown me another way of life which I am determined to maintain.
A professional highlights that the final report was ‘very good’, had ‘clear recommendations’ and ‘gave direction’. Another describes the report as ‘thorough’, and ‘accurate’. A local authority describes the evidence as ‘excellent’. Assessments focus on the needs of children, providing a rational understanding of the historical background, risk and parental capacity to change, protect and promote their children’s welfare.
An appreciative parent is thankful for the ‘support, guidance and help over the course of the assessment’. They describe themselves as becoming ‘a better parent’.
A parent describes the service as being ‘good’. They appreciate the ‘advice and help’ and find staff ‘really helpful’. An extended family member echoes this stating ‘the advice and care was second to none’.