Tag Archive: facilitate

Staff facilitate young people’s communication in various ways: verbally, non-verbally or symbolically, through play and the expressive arts, and provide emotional containment so that they can move on emotionally, socially and educationally.

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Facilitate work placements for young people

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Where appropriate we endeavour to facilitate work placements for young people. We have forged good relationships with several charity shops in the local area and most recently had a student visit local youth magazine ‘Exposure’, and attend an induction at Hospice Muswell Hill. From: simmonshouse.org

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Local resources that facilitate strong links between units and their surrounding communities, and assist in the reintegration of young people back into community life after an in-patient stay. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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Good communication about the young person’s future educational needs must be timed to facilitate appropriate educational provision at discharge.

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While staff can facilitate activities and social activities, it’s important to let the young people find their own friends.

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It is much better to facilitate supportive friendships that allow some growth rather than control young people.

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Young people are usually reliant on their families to facilitate attendance to appointments, and their involvement in the process from the beginning is important if the young person is to access any treatment especially in an outpatient setting.

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We aim to facilitate an atmosphere in which children can be genuinely held in mind, and learn to feel ‘at home’ in themselves and the institution.

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Some young people are particularly shy and find group settings difficult. In which case, staff facilitate some activities on a one-to-one basis until they feel more confident.

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Good communication between in-patient and community services during a young person’s stay can facilitate them going back to the community at the most appropriate time for them, and not remaining in in-patient care for longer than necessary, provided there are services to support them. (From Young Minds’ Where Next 2)

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