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A safe online community of people who are anxious, down or not coping who support and help each other by sharing what’s troubling them, guided by trained professionals.

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Providing ‘universal’ support services in schools and communities to identify mental health problems earlier and improving access for young people who need the support of specialist services like CAMHS.

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New models of community-based support, and links between the community and Tier 4 services, are emerging and these need support – including stability of funding, evaluation and dissemination. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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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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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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The creation of clear structures for professional development, support and training for staff, and working jointly with youth agencies or other services to provide access to a separate pool of highly skilled staff. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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The nursing team work with the education staff to help re-integrating young people into their mainstream school. This also allows necessary support to be put into place for the young person’s return to school.

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Young people can attend the ward as a day patient as well as attending the ward school to provide them with an increased level of support around their educational needs.

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There are 2 classrooms on the ward, each with a maximum of 7 pupils who are taught by a teacher and teaching assistant. This ensures that all young people have the level of support they require.

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We are a small school which young people attend while they are a patient. We develop a personalised learning plan with the young person in liaison with teachers at your home school. We cover a wide range of subjects at key stages 3 and 4 and can support young people with key stage 5 subjects if they are already enrolled at college. Pupils are able to sit exams here too.

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