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Identify strengths and areas for development

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Occupational Therapists – identify strengths and areas for development

Occupational Therapists work with young people to identify their strengths and areas for development, in order to help them set goals and manage their day-to-day activities. This work is done with groups, as well as on a one-to-one basis, and includes helping young people to increase their independence through the development of their shopping and budgeting skills, improving their personal care, exploring their interests around further education and work and developing their social skills through sports or interest groups.

Source: withuinmind.nhs.uk – read more here

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Attend appointments without a parent or carer

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Young people can make and attend appointments without a parent or carer. Where the attendance of parents/carers is desirable (for example where specialist services are being delivered), young people are routinely offered at least one consultation on their own.

See more here: Quality criteria for young people friendly health services

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Talking in confidence

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“All patients have opportunity to talk in confidence about worrying thoughts, feelings or behaviour. They are offered a 1:1 session with their allocated nurse at least once per day. We try to give them a choice of time and location for these sessions. Some young people have particular times of the day where their mood is worse or where they have more headspace, and some are just not morning people!”

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Supervision choices

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A supervision structure that allows staff to ‘opt in’ and select the member of staff they wish to supervise them, or alternatively to have group supervision if they do not wish to meet on a one-to-one basis, the uptake of supervision has been significantly improved.

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