Thriving

“I’m meeting my targets.”

“I have positive self-esteem.”

This level is for all children and young people and represents the basic level of mental health awareness and support strategies that all children and young people need for positive emotional wellbeing.

 

Surviving

“TBC”

At this level of need children/young people will be showing early signs of distress that may be the start of an emerging mental health issue.  

Short-term interventions that build coping strategies are given to prevent these issues from developing – small changes to prevent bigger challenges.

 

Struggling

“Xxx TBC”

At this level, children and young people will need more specific support as their mental health problem will be more developed and significantly impacting their day-to-day life. There may also be other complexities such as trauma or neurodevelopmental conditions. Interventions are chosen to suit the needs of each child/young person and will vary in modality, and intensity.

Thriving

“Xxx tbc”

At this level, children and young people will need high-level support for mental health conditions that require support from Alder Hey Fresh CAMHS. Children may be at crisis point, require medication, or several different types of specialist support.

On the glossary page you will find a list of commonly used terms and phrases

Link to theory – WER training (how does mental health impact on learning)

 

Behaviour as communication 

Iceberg animation 

 

 

Targeted levels of need 

  • Neurodevelopmental & levels of need – paragraph and link to ND support pages
  • Young carers & levels of need – paragraph and link to young carers support pages
  • SEN & levels of need – paragraph and link to SEN support pages
  • ACEs – paragraph and link to ACEs page