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Thrive Event

Salford Thrive

The emotional wellbeing of children and young people in Salford impacts on all children's services across education, health and social care.


i-THRIVE is a de-tiered approach to delivering mental health services. It focuses on the types of support that children and young people require rather than just levels of need. It emphasises person-centred care, a whole system approach and enables self-care.

Salford Thrive Network - March 2017

The second Salford Thrive network took place on Thursday 15th March 2018, the session included the following presentations, these are all available in the downloadable section at the bottom of the page:

  • Thrive introduction and welcome
  • Salford 0-25 EHWB & CAMHS transformation update
  • Emotionally Friendly Schools
  • Counselling support for international new arrivals - EMTAS / Just Psychology
  • Counselling in schools
  • LGBT Working Group and LGBTQ youth groups
  • LGBTQ+ Awareness session delivered by James Walklate, 42nd Street

October 2017 Thrive Event

The morning included the following presentations, these are all available in the downloadable section at the bottom of the page:

  • Salford's 0-25 Emotional Health and Wellbeing /CAMHS Transformation Plan
  • Emotional Health and Wellbeing Resources
  • Salford I-Thrive Mapping and Recommendations
  • Community Eating Disorder Service
  • Salford's Suicide Prevention Strategy 2017-2022
  • PAPYRUS Suicide Prevention Awareness Raising Workshop

 

This page was last updated on 28 March 2018

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