10 Mar CONTENT: DOCUMENTS (Health and Wellbeing)
Young people’s mental and emotional wellbeing
Added: 27/01/2021 Category: Health, Online
Over recent years there has been an improved understanding of the importance of good emotional and mental health, alongside growing concern about the apparently increasing prevalence of mental health problems in society. Children’s mental and emotional health is understood to be a major issue – because of the number of children who experience problems; the potential impacts of this on health, education and longer- term outcomes; and the strong association between mental health problems in childhood and in adulthood.
At last there is someone I can talk to
Added: 11/12/2020 Category: Domestic Abuse, Health, Safeguarding
Children are to be recognised as victims of domestic abuse in their own right in the new Domestic Abuse Bill. When the Bill receives Royal Assent, the Government, organisations and professionals who come into contact with children will need to demonstrate the ways in which this recognition has changed and improved the services and support that are available for the children in their care.
‘Feeling heard’: partner agencies working together to make a difference for children with mental ill health
Added: 09/12/2020 Category: Health, Professionalism
This report draws together findings from six joint targeted area inspections, focusing on the multi-agency response to children’s mental ill health. The findings in this report considers how local partnerships and services were responding to children and their families when children were living with mental ill health.
Young Carers in School: Guidance for Schools (Covid-19)
Added: 23/09/2020 Category: Education, Family, Health, Coronavirus
As the impact of the Covid-19 pandemic continues, it is critical that all professionals working with children and young people are aware of the needs and risks of young carers. The Young Carers in Schools Programme has consulted young carers, schools and carers services and created a succinct PDF guide and an all-staff briefing PowerPoint presentation for all schools to use, to inform their response to the needs of young carers at this time.
Leaders Unlocked: Policing the Pandemic
Added: 19/07/2020 Category: Health, Professionalism, Coronavirus
Policing the Pandemic is youth-led study that seeks to provide a snapshot of young people’s views and experiences of policing during lockdown. Between May and June 2020, the project gathered views from over 3900 young people across England and Wales.
Covid-19 and early intervention: Evidence, challenges and risks relating to virtual and digital delivery
Added: 23/04/2020 Category: Health, Professionalism, Coronavirus
The Covid-19 pandemic has created a global public health crisis that is having and will continue to have a profound impact on every area of life. Many services for children and families will face significant disruption, as a wide range of services – such as parenting classes, home visiting programmes, youth work, counselling services and school-based services – have traditionally been delivered face-to-face.
Study of Early Education and Development (SEED)
Added: 24/02/2020 Category: Education, Health
Several decades of research indicated that early childhood education and care (ECEC) can have a positive effect on children’s educational, cognitive, behavioural and social outcomes, in both the short and long term, particularly if it is of good quality.
Impact of shared decision-making family meetings on children’s out-of-home care, family empowerment and satisfaction: A systematic review
Added: 13/02/2020 Category: Family, Health, Looked after children, Professionalism
This review comprehensively identified and assessed the evidence of the effect of shared decision-making family meetings in reducing the need for placing children in out-of-home care, and increasing family reunification, family empowerment and satisfaction, as well as reviewing the published literature on the cost- effectiveness of shared decision-making family meetings.
UK Poverty 2019/20
Added: 10/02/2020 Category: Family, Health
This is the 2019/20 edition of JRF’s annual report on the nature and scale of poverty across the UK and how it affects people who are caught in its grip. For a decent standard of living, we all need security and stability in our lives – secure housing, a reliable income, and support when things get difficult. For too many of us, there is no such security. Millions of people in the UK are struggling to get by, leading insecure and precarious lives, held back from improving their living standards. It’s time to take action on poverty and put this right. In this report we set out what we need to do to turn the tide on poverty.