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Family Support Team - Important links and resources

Canterbury and Coastal Emotional Wellbeing Team

This team was created by the Government following plans to transform the mental health of children and young people in schools nationwide. The Emotional Wellbeing Team offer regular parent online workshops. More details are in the links "Online parent workshops".

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Self Help Resources
WELLBEING3 The Happy Child Parenting App
WELLBEING4 My Possible Self—The Anxiety and Mental Health App
WELLBEING5 Family Wellbeing—for care,    happiness, safety App
WELLBEING7 Parenting Guru—lets nurture values in kids App

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We work with Salus who have been delivering high impact, high quality services for children, young people, families, schools, communities and other practitioners for over 20 years.

Click the link below to find out more about the great work they do with children:

https://salusgroup.org.uk/about-us/

 

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Worried about your Child’s mental health?
Call the Parents Helpline: 0808 802 5544
Mon—Fri 9.30am—4.00pm, free from mobiles and landlines
 

 Early Help and Preventative Services: 

thumbnail imageIf your child is struggling with attending school or presenting with behavioural issues then parents can self refer to Early Help.  You can talk to a member of our wellbeing team who can help you with this referral. More information can be found at:
Kent Psychology Service
Parent Consultation Line
Parents can self refer for a 30 minute phone or video consultation with an Educational Psychologist.  The aim of the service is to provide advice and guidance to parents and carers to support children's wellbeing and learning.  Areas you may wish to discuss might include; social and emotional issues, concerns about learning, family relationships, concerns about behaviour and daily routines including sleep.
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Providing details of your name, phone number, a preferred time to call, your child's education phase and brief description of what you wish to discuss.
 

 

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The Kent Resilience Hub wanted to create a resource that helps young people, parents, carers and practitioners to understand emotional wellbeing and resilience. They support 10-16 year olds to cope better with the pressures of every day life. We are a Headstart Kent school.

This link will tell you more... https://kentresiliencehub.org.uk/

 WELLBEING17Helpline: 01227 452852

Mon - Fri: 9:00am - 5:00pm

Rising sun offer 1-1 sessions for children that have witnessed domestic abuse.

Please speak to one of the Wellbeing Team if your child is in need of support.

 

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https://www.kentcht.nhs.uk/service/school-health/

The school health service is available for all children and they can help with a wide  range of  issues. This includes sleep issues, bed-wetting and anxiety. Families can self-refer through the link above.

 

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