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More about the eNgage Toolkit – Helping your service to engage young people better

Welcome to the eNgage Information Collection and Sharing Tool.

Because positive engagement with young people is the key to gathering good information, especially about sensitive issues, eNgage adds a valuable tool for supporting young people to tell their story, focusing on important information and supporting interaction. The card-style 'click and comment' system, divided into useful topics, provides a full set of engagement images which cover the content necessary for many common assessments, ideal for gathering all the most important safeguarding information on a young person. The narrative images provide young people opportunities to identify concerns in all areas of their life in an intuitive and limitlessly interactive way.

Creating and sharing reports from the discussion, sharing themwith your DSL or even direct to specialist support agencies, right within the app, makes it simple to collate and share discussion outcomes, adding your own reflections and information behind the scenes. alongside The tool can be used in separate sessions to collate discussion or for ongoing check-ins, evaluating the changing picture in the young person's life.

Streamline your worker’s skills and processes using eNgage and you will get so much more than just a brilliant engaging experience for young people - available on all web-connected devices, you will get a full multi-agency, collaborative reporting and information sharing system across all the services you use. Can help the discussions flow for CAFs or other assessment schedules.

This CAF-compliant generic risk behaviour and safeguarding assessment covers key questions in all areas.


The eNgage suite of tools

Discuss Collect Collate Share

The eNgage Toolkit is a young-person directed tool. It enables workers to interact with individual young people to explore and assess their needs in relation to potential risk in their lives…

This online data collection system provides a tried and tested process to engage young people, putting them in control of telling their story in their own intuitive way. It enables workers to use their engagement skills more effectively, guiding them through a wide area of professional concerns, collecting complex, relevant information in a simple straightforward way. The tool collects, collates, enables the review and sharing of a wide range of required data making it ideal to support your service assessments including the CAF.

Drugs and Alcohol

Drugs & Alcohol (DATA)

Sex and Relationships

Sex & Relationships (SARA)

Family and Community

Family & Community

Physical Health

Physical Health

 
Mental and Emotional Health

Mental & Emotional Health

Work and Learning

Work & Learning

Behavior and Offending

Behavior ⁄ Offending

Things that make me strong

Things That Make Me Strong

Additional sets of images are provided to assist in specialist assessments including the DATA Drug and Alcohol Triage Assessment and SARA Sexual and Relationships Assessment alongside discussion prompt images for Work and Learning, Behaviour and Offending, Physical Health , Mental and Emotional Health, Family and Community issues and other risk activities including Internet and online behaviours.

Individual secure engagement sessions allow multiple passes, enabling workers to build a picture up over time and evaluate the impact of interventions. More information on the toolkit

NB: eNgage is also available as a deck of printed card-based images for offline use (information storage will not apply)

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Great for educators, as a baseline, planning and assessment tool for PSHE.

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