Research has shown that that there are high levels of young people in custody and in the community that are neurodiverse (learning difficulties and disabilities-LDD) and/or have Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) which could increase the risk of offending.
Knowing how to support each child or young person and also considering the context of their often complex and chaotic lives is a real challenge. Do-IT Profiler helps to make personalised provision a reality both in the secure estate and Youth Justice Services.
- Individual report showing strengths and challenges-instant feedback for the child/young person (where appropriate)
- Practical strategies to support identified challenges for the child/young person, contextualised to their age and the environment
- Practical strategies to support identified challenges for staff working in with the child/young person, contextualised to the environment
- Built in resources in PDF documents, sound files and bitesize videos for the child/young person to access
- Instant data at child/young person, group and centre/organisational level to support signposting to partner services (i.e CAMHS, Schools, Social
Services), intervention planning, reporting and compliance
- Available in multi- languages for children/young people whose English is not their first language
- Supports a child-centred approach
What’s in the Profiler system?
- The Do-IT Profiler package is dependent on the child’s and organisation’s needs.
The Do-IT Profiler system includes the Neurodiversity Screening Pack (a whole child approach to screening) and additional packs that can be added which include:
- Wellbeing tools with associated resources
- Psychological Maturity Assessment tools
- Strengths based tools
- Literacy, numeracy and ICT tools
- Monitoring tools to measure distance travelled and outcomes
- Steps to training and employment tools
- Goal planning tools
- Teacher/parent input modulesThe Do-IT Profiler team will work with organisations to identify the pack and create bespoke modules if required.