Projects with more vulnerable groups

Daisi designs creative projects with and for groups of more vulnerable young people, including children in care, care leavers, vulnerably housed young people, those in targeted families, young people who are rurally isolated or economically challenged, disabled young people, and those with special educational needs.  Taking part in high-quality creative activities helps these young people gain transferable skills, as well as develop self confidence and connect to their communities.

To find out more about project examples, follow the links below:

Branchline a new route into creative health and wellbeing for learning disabled children and young people

ArtEffect supporting young people’s mental health in schools

Soundwaves developing music opportunities for children and young people in challenging circumstances across Devon and Torbay

Dreams and Aspirations (2011-2014) opportunities for care leavers to express their ambitions and influence the decision makers who affect their lives

Listen to Our Words opportunities for children in care to learn new skills, grow in confidence, and articulate their views to decision makers who affect their lives

Fusion: Preventive Partnership cross-sector collaboration to create opportunities for at-risk young people to find positive activities that help them create change in their lives

TREADZ exploring how creative arts engagement can support personal and social development in young people in alternative education settings, such as PRUs and secure units