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Supporting children and young peoples social, emotional and mental health in Leeds: the picture at April 2016 Dr Jane Mischenko, Leeds NHS CCGs Natalie Samuel, Complex Needs Service
WHAT do we mean when we talk about social, emotional and mental health? WHY does it matter? National Policy
WHY does it matter? WHAT have we been doing in Leeds? WHAT have we been doing in Leeds? www.mindmate.org.uk
WHATKey haveaims we been doing in Leeds? of the
review Promoting mental wellbeing and early support High quality services and quicker access: refining our local targeted services to provide early help as soon as possible; And re-designing our specialist services for those with the most complex needs and those in crisis
mechanisms; quality assurance of services; robust method to measure outcomes Effective communications with everyone affected HOW have we been doing this? Working together across Education, Health and Social Care
Working with children, young people, families and practitioners Developing the Leeds strategy and Transformation Plan Planning how to best use funding available to support changes
HOW will we make things happen? Strategic boards to monitor progress and report to the Childrens Trust Board & Health & Wellbeing Board Joint working groups Ongoing engagement with everyone affected by the work
Regular communications to keep everyone informed HOW will we know if we are making a difference? Developing a new way to measure and monitor shared outcomes: piloting new methods with
support from the Child Outcomes Research Consortium Monitoring satisfaction with services: do parents and carers, and children and young people, think we have made a difference? Monitoring the number of exclusions: have we reduced the number of children and young
people being excluded from education or not attending school because of SEMH needs? HOW to find out more: Check the Leeds Local website for updates www.leedslocaloffer.org.uk (search for SEMH) Look at our MindMate website www.mindmate.org.uk
Look at our Local Transformation Plan http:// www.leedssouthandeastccg.nhs.uk/Downloads/Our%20pu blication/Leeds%20LTP%20FINALNov15%20formatted.pdf Colleagues in schools: check the Inclusion section of the Education Hub for updates Sign up for the complex needs service newsletter email [email protected]
Get in touch: email [email protected] with your query and we will make sure it gets to the right person to answer the question. Thanks for listening!
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