Mental health support for children and adolescents is increasing, with schools set to play a more involved and critical role in the ongoing goals of mental health awareness, and the intervention and treatment of mental illness at an early age.
Concern over the mental well-being of children in the UK is growing, with startling new statistics, like 1 in 8 children having a mental disorder, highlighting the importance of positive mental health. But how can you deliver positive mental health in schools? Here...
Jules Daulby introduces us to the most under discussed issue of DLD. Not to be missed.
Schools are already on the front line, caring for their students, but stronger links could increase response times from local authorities.
How Can Schools Support Children with Mental Health Issues? Teachers don’t feel prepared to support students with mental health issues. In the survey, 71% of teachers revealed that they don’t have the skills to help pupils, with only 13% of teachers saying they had received training.