This one day conference brings together high-profile experts from various disciplines and young people who have experienced mental health problems themselves to offer the latest evidence-based advice on how to address mental health in schools, and the best methods to achieve this. Given the vast number of policy initiatives and programmes being developed for use in schools, it is critical that schools know what they should be doing on the basis of the research evidence and where funding should be directed.
This event will explore how practitioners can assess parental capacity and share how we can help develop parenting skills to support vulnerable families and ensure all children have the best start in life.
CCEA are hosting a one day conference on Wednesday 30th August 2017 at Stranmillis University College, Belfast highlighting how creativity and aspirational thinking can enhance classroom practice within special educational needs schools.
This free training session is designed to give an overview of legal entitlements and issues surrounding access to education for children and young people who are within the immigration or asylum systems.
This timely symposium will provide practitioners across local authorities, social services, welfare and the housing sector with an invaluable opportunity to come together and share best practice on ways to support families living on the edge and consider what can be done to gain long-term financial security.
Scheduled to consider options for policy following the response to Charlie Taylor’s Review of the Youth Justice System - which set out proposals to review governance frameworks and establish two new pilot ‘secure schools - this seminar will examine the future of youth justice services in England and Wales.
This conference focuses on ways of helping children and teenagers with chronic emotional pain that can ensue after traumatic loss and/or unwanted, sudden or unexpected change. The conference presenters, each an expert in a particular area of painful loss or transitions, will address the impact on the child of separation/divorce, death of a loved one, living with parental illness, living with the fear of your own death, traumatic and sudden separations, losing your country (refugees), moving house, school, family unit and losing everything familiar.
This conference will provide you with practical information and inspiration to take back to your organisation and utilise in implementing and improving perinatal mental health care in line with the 5 Year Forward View.