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SchoolsPlus

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“Healthcare leaders have recognized that by working together and leveraging their shared knowledge and opportunities they can improve policy, service design and treatment options. For example, our School Plus program is a leading practice in [Canada] and school boards, schools and families are speaking about its strength and value.”

Leo Glavine, provincial health minister in Canada

SchoolsPlus is a collaborative interagency approach supporting the whole child and their family with the school as the center of service delivery.

Learn more: https://schoolsplus.ednet.ns.ca

 

 

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Mainstream schools are unable to refer to CAMHS

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“Mainstream schools are unable to refer to CAMHS which I feel is a huge mistake as schools see more of the children than other professionals.” School professional from: http://www.healthwatchleeds.co.uk

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Teaching staff will form close links with young people’s school or college/education provider to make sure they don’t fall behind in mainstream school.

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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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Well-organised liaison between a young person’s usual school and hospital school; for example, detailed reports ‘travel’ with the young person. This enables education staff to form a holistic picture of young people’s profile, progress and issues.

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Contact and continuity with usual school

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We will make contact with the young person’s usual school and, if it is useful, we will continue with school-work from them. This transition will be carefully planned and managed, and will vary for each student. It may involve a gradual integration to the new provision to get you accustomed to it. (From:http://www.simmonshouse.org/education.html)

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The ward school communicate frequently with main stream school teachers.

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Where possible we would like young people to continue attending their own school or college but this is dependent upon individual circumstances.

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The hospital school run a separate review group towards the end of each week for the young people. Their achievements, academic, social and personal, are reviewed and the young people are asked to rate themselves. Their peers then give them a rating with support from the staff. This can be a revelation for the young person and often leads to them realising greater success than they would allow themselves.

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All the children go to the small school on the Unit and, in time, progress to the larger hospital school. (Gustavus Jones, 2007)

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