Some West Yorkshire CANN Organisations
Define Fine has been created by a small, committed team of parents and professionals who have lived experience of school attendance difficulties We are a parent/carer-led organisation set up in response to the growing number of children and young people who experience school attendance difficulties. This is sometimes referred to as ‘school refusal’, or emotionally based school avoidance and may be due to unmet Special Educational Needs & Disabilities including physical or mental illness, either suspected or diagnosed, bullying or issues relating to academic pressure, or even the school environment. We provide peer support, using our tried and tested resources and to help parents advocate for the support their children and young people need to be able to learn and achieve. We hope to build up our growing network of peer supporters, who we can train to use our guides for their own family and ultimately to then help other families experiencing attendance difficulties. Empowering parents to be able to effectively work with professionals, should encourage not only earlier intervention, with much better outcomes, but also reduce the risk and impact of unhelpful, and unnecessary attendance prosecutions and social services safeguarding interventions. It is vital that children, young people […]
Bluebell House Gumley Leicestershire LE16 7RU
Define Fine – Parent Peer Support for children with School Attendance Difficulties
Leeds Survivor Led Crisis Service offers high quality, person centred, radical and innovative services to people experiencing mental health crisis. We are open when many other services are closed. We provide free, confidential, non-judgemental, non-directive, empathic and respectful support.We have services for adults and young people in Leeds, and West Yorkshire. SERVICES AVAILABLE IN LEEDS, WF3, WF10, BD4, & BD11: FOR YOUNG PEOPLE: Teen Connect Helpline Teen Connect is a helpline for 11-18 year-olds, up until their 19th birthday. We can offer up to an hour of support either by phone, text or online chat. Offering emotional support and someone to talk to. No referral process or threshold for support – if you want to talk we are here for you. We can also support parents/carers on Teen Connect. Open 3.30pm-2am Monday to Friday, 6pm – 2am Saturday and Sunday – call 0808 800 1212 and ask for Teen Connect http://www.teenconnect.org.uk Safe Zone offers face-to-face in-person support for young people aged 11-17 across 3 locations in Leeds. Providing emotional support and mental health crisis support in a place of sanctuary. We can fund taxis to and from support once booked in for support – call 07593 529367 from 5pm on […]
Dial House, 12 Chapel Street Halton, Leeds LS15 7RW
Leeds Survivor-Led Crisis Service
The Leeds Local Offer brings together information about all the services available in the city for children and young people aged 0-25 who have special educational needs (SEN) and disabilities. This includes information about: · Education support · Health Services · Social Care support · Play and leisure activities · Getting ready for adult life · Education, Health and care plans We link to other websites so the information is as current as possible. If you need to talk to someone about your situation call the Leeds SEND information advice support service on 0113 378 5020. You can also drop in to any Leeds library or one stop centre for help to use the website and print off information.
Leeds Local Offer
Charity providing ‘help, hope, inspiration & friendship’ for children, young people and beyond with Cerebral Palsy/physical disabilities. The main aims of CP Teens UK are: The promotion of social inclusion among young people with physical disabilities who are socially excluded from society, or parts of society, as a result of their disability by: Providing connections & friendships for young people with a range of physical disabilities as part of a monitored and supportive community Providing help, support & advice for young people with physical disabilities, and their families Providing workshops, forums, advocacy and general support Providing recreational facilities and opportunities for young people with physical disabilities Registered Charity No. 1172105.
CP Teens UK, Office 7, The Community HUB, Technique Stadium, Chesterfield S41 8NZ