Following government advice, ESCC have made the decision to postpone or cancel some face to face training. This decision has been made in light of the national concerns about the spread of the coronavirus (COVID - 19). Please see individual courses for more information.
East Sussex Healthcare Trust (ESHT) / Managers / Operations Manager / Practice Managers / Probation Service / Senior Practitioners / Social Care (non Social Worker) / Social Workers / Voluntary and Community Sector
ESCC Assessment & Care Management / ESCC Directly Provided Services / Independent Care Sector, Carers & Voluntary Sector / Foster Carers / Safeguarding Adults Board Multi-Agency Training / ESCC Staff / Early Years and Childcare / Schools and Governors / Voluntary and Community Sector / Public Sector Partners (eg NHS, Police, Probation)
Important note. This event is currently postponed, we will contact you when training is resumed and the new date is organised. This event was originally planned to run on 9 June 2020.
This popular workshop is delivered by CAMHS / East Sussex Safeguarding Children Partnership (ESSCP) professionals. It explores the impact of adult mental health on children and young people and is for staff that directly support families where adult mental health issues or illnesses might be present.
This workshop is relevant for all East Sussex children's services practitioners working with children, young people and families assessed as level 3 or 4 on the Continuum of Need and specifically Designated Safeguarding Leads (DSLs) and SENCOs from schools and early years providers.
Important note: Participants will need to have undertaken the Mental Health Foundation eLearning (Modules 1 and 2) prior to attending this course (see additional information under full details) or you may be turned away.
The learning objectives for this workshop are to enable participants to:
recap on the signs and indicators of mental illness in adults
understand the impact that mental illness can have on parenting
identify risks and impact on children and young people living with parents with mental health issues
explore interventions and services that are available to support families experiencing these issues.
The related SEND and Early Help Competency Framework requirements are:
understand the potential impact of parental risk factors on children (domestic violence, parental mental heath, learning and physical disabilities and alcohol and substance misuse)
understand the impact on the health and wellbeing of SEND children, young people and their families of parent/carer’s mental health.
Preparation and Follow Up
This course follows on from two eLearning modules that participants are required to complete in advance of this workshop:
Mental Health - Foundation Module 1: Understanding and promoting mental health and wellbeing
Mental Health - Foundation Module 2: Recognising Mental Health issues - Intervention and referring
Refreshments Refreshments are provided, however lunch is not.