Reports of children and adolescents’ issues with mental health hit the headlines far too often. A total of 389, 727 under-19s have an active referral – the highest figure ever.
At our sixth event in a series of conferences on this issue, Children and Young People’s Mental Health: From Early Intervention to Improved Services, will address how services can be improved.
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The NAO published its report on mental health services for children and young people on 8 October 2018. It primarily considered NHS-funded services, but also looked at services provided in other settings such as in schools and by local authorities where relevant. It concluded that government does not have a coherent and coordinated cross-sector response, it does not have the data to do this and the right levers are not in place to ensure that local actions deliver the national ambitions. This session examines the steps the government needs to take to remedy this.
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Delegates will have the opportunity to ask questions to speakers from the morning session.
It has long been argued that services dealing with children and young people's mental health problems are not adequately joined up. This includes organisations such as CAMHS, the education system, the NHS, charities and other third sector groups. This discussion will address solutions to this.
At Drawing and Talking we train a wide range of professionals and individuals across the UK.
Catherine Beagley, MD, is the driving force behind the company’s vision; to help reach as many children and adults as possible who need emotional support. Drawing and Talking is suitable for children, young people and adults who have been impacted and are suffering from the effects of trauma.
We provide a low cost, valuable tool which enables those who have undertaken the training programmes to support those children, teenagers and young people that can benefit, in a gentle but effective way before mental health problems become entrenched.
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Barnardo’s is currently commissioned to deliver a number of CAMHS services in partnership with, and on behalf of Trusts, Health Boards and CCGs. Our services are aligned with the principles of the Thrive Model, ensuring children and young people experience responsive and timely support. Our CAMHS services deliver Getting Advice and Getting Help support which focus on early intervention, self-help & peer support, signposting to community resources, as well as goal-focused, evidence-based counselling and therapy where needed. We work closely with specialist CAMHS and other key partners to ensure ease of access across the whole system, whether stepping up or down.
Zumos is an expertly written, peer reviewed 24/7 online service which is kite-marked by CAMHS and measures, builds and maintains resilience through supportive motivational recordings, CBM based games and personality quizzes. We guide towards approved further help readings, helplines, videos and web-links avoiding misinformation from searching the internet!
Zumos empowers the school to utilise it’s resources in the areas most in need by offering real-time statistical feedback and reporting that can measure the change! We have rolled out our service across UK schools and are getting fantastic feedback from schools about how the service has really helped support their school.
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