Intervention Services

Provision and Support

Intervention Services and programmes for young people.

Running Deer’s Intervention Services provide young people at risk of exclusion the support they need, when they need it most.

We have the experience and expertise to provide an individually tailored programme for young people aged 8 years and upwards. Our high support programmes are designed to stimulate and challenge the young person, furthering their personal development and learning.  

Alongside our therapeutic work we also offer education with one of our qualified Tutors. We provide individual education packages including KS2-KS4 and specific support for Special Educational Needs.

Intervention Services include:

Our approach

Our Intervention Services are structured around the needs of the young person and cover:

  • Risk taking and how to stay safe.
  • Actions and consequences.
  • Addressing self esteem and the benefits of a positive mental attitude.
  • The need for respect, space and self expression.

Our staff

Our staff have the following qualifications, certificates and training:

  • Enhanced DBS certificate for children and adult workforce.
  • Safeguarding Children Level 2.
  • GSA Physical Interventions and De-escalation 3 day course.
  • First Aid in the Workplace Level 3.
  • Activity (Outdoor) First Aid Level 2.
  • Child protection training.
  • Health and Safety training.


What clients say about our Intervention Services...

  • "Can I take this opportunity to say thank you for all of your support with AP and teaching him skills that will make a life long difference to him. You offer a fantastic provision for children and we would not hesitate to refer children in the future."

    Carrie Inclusions Officer
  • "Words can never express the gratitude from us all here at St Luke's with the work and commitment you and your team put into supporting young people in Devon."
    Lorraine Teacher
  • "Through your help we have been able to keep this child from permanent exclusion and enable a smooth transition to his new school."
    Alison Teacher