First established 64 years ago, World Children’s Day is celebrated annually on 20 November with the aim of promoting international
Antser delivers transformational solutions to the health, education and social care sectors, in partnership with local authority and independent providers.
Our solutions range from direct work with children and core compliance to transformation and technology all with one aim in mind – to deliver better outcomes.
2000 VR practitioners certified across 3 continents and 6 countries experiencing immersive films
Over 300 training courses delivered every year
We provide essential services directly to over 4,500 families every year
We directly support and give a voice to over 500 children through advocacy, participation and independent visiting
We work in partnership with 152 local authorities
We provide social care solutions to nearly 50% of Children’s Trusts
WHO WE ARE
A trusted partner, our expertise spans 30 years and our services are used across 100% of local authorities, as well as public and privately funded health providers, independent care providers, schools, police and the judiciary. Through our multi-agency and inter-disciplinary approach we combine best practice with innovation and new, emerging technologies to lead the way in ‘doing things better’.
Services established in 1990
6 Working Offices, 4 in the UK
Delivery Services to 165 Councils across the UK
Delivering solutions to 7 independent Fostering Agencies
Supporting 1 leading global children's charity
An organisation proud to be led by subject matter experts, we are a leading provider of direct services for children; compliance and regulatory support; technology and transformation solutions; as well as innovative workforce training and development to the health, education and social care sectors.
Key Assets Canada, a leading child and family services agency has adopted the world’s first VR experience designed for children’s
Immersive virtual schools launched by Antser will put isolated students back into the classroom In response to the ongoing Covid-19