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Ofsted-rated education timetable provides 25 taught sessions weekly as part of the structured day, providing up to 25 hours of education per patient per week depending on a range of factors including Multidisciplinary Team (MDT) Interventions.

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Aim and goal of interventions

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We agree the aim and goal of interventions with the young person or parent/carer, monitor the changes to agreed and shared goals as well as symptoms, and amend therapeutic interactions as a result of these changes, to deliver the best possible outcome. From: england.nhs.uk

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Based on the ward our Assessment and Adolescent Outreach Team is available to carry out crisis interventions, help prevent unnecessary admissions and assist the discharge planning process. If young people experience difficulty during the transition from inpatient to community care we can provide outreach without the need for them to return to hospital.

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Every doctor is trained in general medicine and in a range of different treatments and interventions.

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Wards need to have sufficient capacity and flexibility and their staff need to have the skills to offer an eclectic range of interventions that can meet individual needs, and to involve young people and their families and carers in planning and evaluating the intervention they receive. From: https://www.england.nhs.uk/wp-content/uploads/2013/06/c07-tier4-ch-ado-mh-serv-child.pdf

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Staff need to ask about the family’s strengths as well as difficulties, so that interventions can build upon protective factors. (UCL CAMHS Competence model)

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Although the mental health of the young person is the main focus of assessments and interventions, the impact of adult mental health problems in the parent/carer also needs to be considered and understood by staff.

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Providing multiple interventions within families is important in improving young people’s outcomes. From https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/intervening-to-improve-outcomes-for-vulnerable-young-people-a-review-of-the-evidence

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Many of the CAMHS interventions with the strongest evidence base are delivered in a group format (such as parenting groups, and groups which teach problem solving and social skills). (UCL CAMHS Competence model)

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Parents / cares are often the first to benefit from interventions.

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