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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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The service ensures that the Care Programme Approach is implemented and used for all young people and forms the structure of care planning. The CPA format and documentation used must be appropriate for use with young people.

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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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Every young person who comes to unit will have a set of care plans developed specifically for them. Care plans detail the reasons they are in hospital, the plans to help them get well and stay well and finally a plan for discharge from hospital. Named nurses work with them to develop these care plans.

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Young people can suggest and take responsibility for planning an activity, for example, arranging a choir group. The young person puts together an action plan to complete this.

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We ask any visitors planning to visit with under-18s to contact the ward before arriving to check it is ok to do so.

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We conduct an initial family meeting in which we seek out their hopes, concerns and expectations. We contact allocated key family members prior to ward rounds and get them in care plans and so on. There should be no divide between the family and the professionals.

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Support plans include a record of the key outcomes and targets to be achieved (e.g. improved family functioning, improved household management skills, reduction in antisocial behaviour). From https://www.gov.uk/government/publications/intervening-to-improve-outcomes-for-vulnerable-young-people-a-review-of-the-evidence

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Plans and goals are always drawn up and agreed with the family, this is part of our engagement with them.

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Sometimes it’s necessary to integrate into care plans post-nightmare-support for YP who feel traumatised by bad dreams which are often triggered by traumatising past experiences.

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