The See, Hear, Respond partnership has been created specifically to help children and young people in England who are experiencing harm and increased adversity during COVID-19, by providing support to those who are not being seen by schools or other key agencies. …
Catherine Watson, Practice Manager for Troubled Families at East Sussex County Council, talks about their innovative approach to signposting families to early help services via their Mental Health and Wellbeing Prescription Pad.
Barry Stormont, Manager at the Emotional Health Academy in West Berkshire, talks about how the academy provides early support to help prevent the need for accessing specialist mental health support and ease the pressure on both Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and acute services.
Dr Marc van Roosmalen, Joint Psychological Therapies Lead at Luton CAMHS explains how Luton Early Help services are developing their whole family approach to supporting children, young people and their families.
Nearly a third of children aged 10-11 years in England are either overweight or obese. To help tackle this Public Health England has developed a suite of practical resources to support health and care professionals to enable children, young people and families to make positive food choices to achieve a healthier weight.
Alima Qureshi from the Troubled Families Team went to Copenhagen to see how it combines social care, employment and health services. Find out what she learned.
Poor health is a problem for many families and that is why, in Hampshire, we have created a dedicated health lead for Hampshire’s 'Supporting Families Programme.' My role is jointly funded by the Hampshire’s 5 clinical commissioning groups and the …