The Emotionally Healthy Children and Young People project has been running for two years and is supported by a number of agencies, including CWP, Cheshire East Council, local schools, Eastern Cheshire CCG, NHS South Cheshire CCG and the charities Visyon and Just Drop In.
The project focuses on improving resilience across schools and aims to develop teaching staff to ensure they meet the mental health and wellbeing needs of their students.
The third phase of the Cheshire East Emotionally Healthy Children and Young People began in April 2019 with CWP as the lead provider. CWP work in close partnership with Visyon and Just Drop In to deliver the offer to all schools and settings, Local Authority Youth Provision, and Community Organisations Affiliated to Connected Communities.
Covid-19 - What Cheshire East Schools and settings can access to support the mental well-being of your children and young people.
Due to the on-going situation regarding the pandemic, the Emotionally Healthy Children and Young People’s Link Team consultation offer has been reviewed and based on conversations with colleagues the following changes have been made and will continue until further notice:
- Telephone consultations will be offered on a one to one basis
- Consultations will operate Monday to Friday 9am – 4pm on a pre-booked basis
- Bookings will be made and confirmed using the team email address firstname.lastname@example.org
- The paperwork accessed under the consultation tab below will need to be completed prior to consultation and forwarded securely to the team email address (above) at least 24 hrs prior to the consultation. There is also a leaflet explaining the consultation to parents.
- Schools will be responsible for obtaining parental consent to discuss the child or young person at consultation – if it is not possible to get a consent form signed by a parent or carer, the school will need to obtain verbal consent and record a date, time and method eg. Phone, email
We hope that offering a higher degree of flexibility will enable our service users to access support in a timely manner during this challenging time.
Resource list to support schools help their children and young people and parents: Click Here
Resource list to help schools and families/carers to support their children and young people with Autistic Spectrum Conditions during Covid-19 and the return to school click here
More Covid-19 Resources here
Self-Harm Pathway for schools and colleges
A resource for supporting children and young people who present with thoughts and behaviours of self-harm. Access the pathway here
The full offer explained
To book on to any of our training as described below click here.
Contact the Emotionally Healthy Children and Young People service
*Please be aware the Emotionally Healthy Children and Young People service does not cover Vale Royal/Winsford