TRAFFORD CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S TEAM 

Samantha

Senior CYP Support Worker

Trafford Children and Young People's Team

Hello, I am Samantha! Helping children and families is a big passion of mine. I am enthusiastic about making an impact which will have positive outcomes. My approach to my role is very passionate, child-focused and family orientated. My favourite positivity quote is: "Hope is a passion that burns the brightest!"

Jeanette

CYP Support Worker

Trafford Children and Young People's Team

Hi! I’m Jeanette. I have been supporting children, young people and families up and down the country for many years. Life is hard, and every one of us needs extra support at different times in our lives. In my role at TDAS I have the absolute privilege of being in a position to offer some of that extra support- journeying together with families as they find hope, strength and resilience.

Alice

Children and Young People's Support Worker

Trafford Children and Young People's Team

Hello, my name is Alice! My role with TDAS involves supporting children and young people to deal with any past or present trauma related to domestic abuse. I find it extremely rewarding to work with children and I hope to have a positive impact on their lives. I strive to encourage and empower them by providing child-centred care and support.

Jo

Refuge Children's Worker

Trafford Children and Young People's Team

Hi, my name is Jo. My role with TDAS involves supporting children and families in the refuge. I have worked with vulnerable children and families for over 10 years. My approach is child focussed and family orientated. I offer guidance and support working towards positive outcomes. I am passionate that everyone has the opportunity to fulfil their potential and live a fulfilling life.

Jess

Children and Young Person’s Worker

Trafford Children and Young People's Team

Hi, my name is Jess! I believe every child and young person deserves to feel secure and to know their value despite what difficult situations they may face. It is my privilege at TDAS to be able to support children and young people who have experienced domestic abuse, to help them gain the tools they need to be able to discover their value and for them to thrive in life.
My approach is child- centred, ensuring every child feels listened to and valued.