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Wellbeing Award Winners!

On Friday 22nd October Sarah Naish and her team at The Centre of Excellence in Child Trauma attended The National Children’s and Young People awards.

You may have seen the fun on social media as the team share snaps from the night!

The highlight of the night was certainly winning the Wellbeing award, this a team effort which includes work from NATP, Inspire Training Group, The Haven, Safer Foster, and True Fostering.

This award recognises an agency who goes above and beyond to promote wellbeing for children and young people and/or ensure that families can stay together.

“This is an impressively innovative organisation committed to helping foster and adoptive families to stay together. Experts by experience act as advocates and a voice for children, and are a growing movement that is making a real difference, impacting outcomes and changing lives. Truly inspirational!”
 
 

Sarah Naish, as CEO and founder of COECT collects the Well Being award with the full support and cheers from the COECT team attending the night. The team enjoyed celebrating the success of the hard work by everyone at the event and by those that sadly couldn’t attend in person.

On behalf of COECT we would like to thank YOU too for being part of our team, supporting us in our journey for better outcomes for ALL children!

 

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