Tag Archive: time

There are well-timed behavioural rewards and endorsements built into the ward programme to encourage young people to keep on track. For example, after a session of education or group therapy there is always a break during which the young people have a drink and free time.

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Targeted behavioural programmes are provided to help young people learn new behaviours and ways of managing themselves. These are reviewed regularly and adjusted so as to maintain the momentum of treatment. Access to dedicated clinical psychology time is invaluable in this task.

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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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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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The young people in our sample tended to speak highly of the education they received in the units – some even wanted more time with teachers. (See YoungMinds’ Where Next)

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Staff use curiosity and open mindedness. Approach time with young person as an explorer, use listening skills, observation, see them as unique individual, establish trusting relationship.

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Changes in attitude among staff and those managing the service

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In work with young people and families with such entrenched and complex needs, it may well be necessary to bring about changes in attitude among staff and those managing the service, so as to create sufficient time and space to think about each individual person and case on a recurrent basis. From: england.nhs.uk

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A new community-based Eating Disorder servic

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A new community-based Eating Disorder service will provide new and enhanced community and day treatment for children and young people. The service will work with families and meet the recommended access and waiting time standards – within 24 hours for emergency referrals – within 1 week for urgent cases and within 4 weeks for routine cases. From: yorkshirecoastradio.com

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Facilitating friend time, letting them study and spend social time together or even allowing them to safely share in each other’s therapeutic goals.

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We ask that no more than 2 people visit (without prior arrangement) on the ward at any one time, due to a lack of space on the unit.

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