Tag Archive: development

Ensuring that children’s emotional needs are assessed and identified

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[Mainstream schools] need to have a mechanism of ensuring that children’s emotional needs are assessed and identified…(and) can’t slip through the net. [Taking into account] the most important aspects of children’s development, their emotional needs, rather than where they are on various key stages.  We need to ensure that schools are resourced for providing this range of services. (From: here)

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The development of a schools lead for CAMHS in the region will link the service in more closely with work already ongoing to support children and young people in their school environments. From: http://www.yorkshirecoastradio.com/news/local-news/1761678/improvements-for-mental-health-care-for-youths-in-east-riding/

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Clear routes for professional development, e.g. liaison with local universities for access to courses, or by training on site – creating a “learning culture”. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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The creation of clear structures for professional development, support and training for staff, and working jointly with youth agencies or other services to provide access to a separate pool of highly skilled staff. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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Staff development: Clear routes for professional development, e.g. liaison with local universities for access to courses, or by training on site – creating a “learning culture”. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next 2)

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Therapeutic relationship seen as a vehicle for inspiring hope and nurturing the development of coping skills.

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Some of the groups aim to promote emotional and behavioural development. They look at the use of responses, the expression of feelings, the consequences of actions, attachments, adaptability, self-control and stress responses.

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All work with young people and their families is rooted in the team’s knowledge of child development.

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Staff understand that at the heart of healthy child development is the child’s secure attachment relationship with their parents.

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Children, young people and, their parents /carers and providers should be involved in the development of individual specifications for services to suit local circumstances and need. From http://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2015/01/mod-camhs-tier-2-3-spec.pdf

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