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The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMHS) provides outpatient assessments, support and treatment for children and young people up to the age of 18 experiencing moderate to severe mental health problems. The service works to provide them with a greater knowledge of their condition and improve coping techniques.
CAFPH provides support to adult individuals (male and female), families, children and young people, and the elder community who are in some way be affected by HIV/AIDS. This may be because a family member is infected, or because they personally are infected.
CAFPH provides monthly support groups for all service users, (both adults and Children and young people,) which involve respite as well as educational skills building activities.
We also provide residential weekend’s away, psychological support for individuals and families, complimentary therapies such as massage, drop in one to one support and training opportunities. There is also one to one family support which is on-going and bespoke. Shortly CAFPH will be introducing monthly children’s events open to all our clients. The details of these are being confirmed.
Cheeky Monkeys Two is a full day care nursery and we cater for children aged 3 months to 5 years and are able to take children with special educational needs and disabilities. We work closely with the Early Years Support Team at the Child Development Centre in Kempston and where necessary we can refer a child for assessment and when needed will appoint a 1 to 1 key person who works with the child and their fairly to ensure they get the most out of the setting.
We work with the EYFS framework and all of our learning is through play. All of our activities and resources are accessible to all.
The Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service (CAMH) provides outpatient assessments, support and treatment for children experiencing moderate to severe mental health problems in young people up to the age of 18. The service works to provide patients with a greater knowledge of their condition and improve coping techniques.
The service provides help to children and to the wider family, including children living with foster parents, children who have been adopted and young people living in children's homes. The service may see children and adolescents on their own, with their parents or with their family, and may also see parents on their own.
Community Learning Disability Team:
Provides assessment and intervention for children up to the age of 18 who have a learning disability and associated severe challenging behaviour or mental health problems.
Home Treatment Team:
Provides high intensive community based treatment using a care pathway approach and regular visits to patient's home or preferred location. In a few cases, where home treatment is not an appropriate option, then the team may need to consider an inpatient admission.
Looked After Children's Team:
Offers support to young people who may be accommodated or under Care Orders with the local authorities.
Child Autism UK helps children with autism achieve their potential. We provide services to enable children to overcome difficulties with communication, learning and life skills and give families the techniques and strategies to cope with autism through the use of Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA). Child Autism UK also provides training and a network for ABA professionals working with young children.
The purpose of my service is to protect and safeguard children/young persons in employment and entertainment.
A child can work from the age of 13 year and above, the most common employment is the newspaper delivery.
Child Performances licences are issued to children/young people who perform in non broadcast and broadcast programmes, even if there is no payment or time taken off school. Chaperones act as loca parentis to children who take part in these performances, individuals who look after children would need to apply for a chaperone licence, parents are allowed to chaperone their own child.
It provides children/young people with confidence and experience of life skills.
I go out to Bedford Borough Schools to present Child Employment in school assemblies covering both Child Employment and Child Performance legislations. Young people can approach me after the presentation.
On receipt of applications, I process and send them to the employers/producers.
However the young person and their families can enquire by ringing/emailing or writing to me.
The Government has placed a duty on the local authorities Section 436A of the Education Act 1996 (Education and Inspections Act 2006) to make arrangements to establish (so far as it is possible to do so) the identities of children in their area who are of compulsory school age and not receiving a suitable education. This duty is supported from Revised Statutory Guidance - January 2009.
The purpose of the Child Missing Education (CME) Procedures (2009) is to establish a set of principles which all agencies can subscribe to and is underpinned by Bedford's Children and Young People's Plan, to ensure that Bedford Borough Council (BBC)
1) Is able to fulfil its statutory duty to provide an education for all children of compulsory school age.
2) Is able to locate, assess, monitor and track children and young people missing from education in order for them to reach their full potential.
3) Identifies those at risk of becoming missing from education and accordingly allocates appropriate staff to intervene.
4) Maintains contact with those missing from education and those at risk of becoming so.
5) Is able to produce, monitor and evaluate data on CME for Elected Members and Senior Officers in Children's Service.
6) Ensure their responsibility is to be carried out through a strategic and multi-agency framework where all agencies share information on the identification of children and young people missing education.
The service provides Paediatric Medical and Nursing Services to children and young people with the following conditions:
•suspected developmental delays or disorders;
•neuro-developmental problems such as Autism Spectrum Disorders, Cerebral Palsy;
•ADHD and associated behavioural problems (excluding anxiety disorders, depression, mood disorders, Obsessive Compulsive Disorders, suicidal tendency);
•Developmental Co-ordination Disorder / Dyspraxia;
•Enuresis, encopresis and constipation;
•Special Educational Needs (we do not accept referrals to confirm/rule out dyslexia);
•safeguarding concerns, alleged neglect, physical, emotional, sexual abuse;
•adoption, Looked After Child medicals;
•children with additional needs/disability and having sleep/ behaviour/ toileting/feeding problems (in Nurse led clinics at CDC).
It also investigates, assesses and diagnoses other underlying medical problems. Referrals to other professionals/agencies made where appropriate.
In addition, it provides specific role related functions like:
•Named Doctor for safeguarding children
•Designated Doctor for Education
•Lead Doctor for NHSP & LAC
•Medical Advisor to Adoption Panel
•Lead Paediatrician to CDOP
The service complies with statutory requirements and has extended its role to develop health activities in line with “Every Child Matters”.
We provides a range of services to support children and young people aged 0 - 18 years (which can be extended to 19 years to support transition to adult services for young people with special needs ) who require skilled nursing support in the community.
We provide specialist clinical support for families to enable them to care for their child in their own home, to avoid unnecessary hospital admission and promote high quality family centred care.
1. Skilled Care of any nursing procedure that can safely be undertaken at home if a child or young person requires a specific clinical procedure for example intravenous, subcutaneous, intramuscular medication. Other examples include wound care and gastrostomy care.
2. Symptom Control Management if the child or young person requires a period of regular assessment and monitoring of symptoms, for example blood pressure monitoring or oxygen monitoring. The CCN's also support oxygen dependent babies, children/ young people at home and children with complex medical needs and work together with a range of professionals to assess plan and deliver care to maximise opportunities.
3. Education - if the family requires training to enable them to continue providing support and ongoing care, for example enteral feeding, suctioning and administration of medication.
4. Acting as advocate for child and family, identifying a Lead Professional in conjunction with family.
5. Acting as resource for other professionals to the right person, at the right time care for the child/young person in the right way.
The Children’s Continence Service promotes continence for children and young people in Bedfordshire and Luton. The service is primarily for special needs children who require help and support with toilet training including daytime wetting, constipation and soiling.
At the initial assessment, information and advice is given on helping the child acquire toileting skills including routines and recommended fluid intake. Families will be informed how to access a provision of nappies, if appropriate to the child’s needs.
Other help we can give includes workshops on toilet training; advice on intermittent self-catheterisation; visual symbols, reward charts and care plans; telephone advice; liaison with education and social services staff and follow up assessments.
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