This report provides good practice guidance for commissioners and service providers across Greater Manchester, Lancashire and South Cumbria regarding ADHD service delivery for children and young people.
Supporting transition from school to college. This is part of the Greater Manchester Mentally Healthy Schools and Colleges programme.
Mental health and wellbeing in colleges
The Greater Manchester mentally health schools and colleges programme is developing the capacity of further education and sixth form colleges to collaborate to support the mental health and wellbeing of their staff and students
In the very early stages of this project 42nd Street conducted a survey of college aged young people to understand help seeking behaviour online and used the results of this to create a bespoke online platform
Greater Manchester i-THRIVE Programme team spoke with Kim Marshall, Associate Directorate Manager for Healthy Young Minds in Heywood, Middleton and Rochdale about how the service became a top performer for NHS Benchmarking
The i-THRIVE Programme team spoke with Dr Caroline White, Consultant Clinical Psychologist and head of the Children And Parents Service Manchester about how the service provides an integrated support pathway for families.
Salford’s Emotional Health Workforce Training Programme and strategy: an example of how a locality can develop a bespoke training strategy to build capacity in the children and young people’s (CYP) workforce.
Stockport Integrated Parent Infant Mental Health (PIMH) Care Pathway is informed by the strong evidence base emphasising the importance of supporting child development and family relationships in the early years of a child’s life.
The Mentally Healthy Schools pilot was commissioned by the Greater Manchester Health and Social Care Partnership to explore new ways of preventing mental health issues in young people through school-based interventions.
The Royal College of Psychiatrists perinatal care pathway guidance provides detailed information on the pathway
Perinatal Mental Health Quick Guide for Health Professionals
One in five women experience a perinatal mental health problem during their pregnancy and in the first year after the birth. This short video aims to raise awareness of Perinatal Mental Health for health professionals like GPs, Health Visitors and Midwives.
Tameside’s aim in its provision of services is also straightforward, namely, to effectively and cost effectively meet the needs of all families, right up to those with the most severe mental health problems and/or safeguarding issues.
This document is a guide for all professionals working with parents during pregnancy and the early years. The guidance is relevant to all services working within the Stockport Family of Integrated Services and their local partners.
This paper is concerned with the delivery of our parent infant mental health services in Tameside and Glossop; specifically, the vital contribution that trained volunteers has been able to make to families during the perinatal period.
Baby Buddy is a free award-winning mobile phone app for parents-to-be and new parents. You can download Baby Buddy for FREE on Google Play and in the App Store, and there is also a web version of Baby Buddy,
This NHS choices website includes information from keeping well in pregnancy, antenatal care and baby’s development, vaccinations in pregnancy through to labour and birth, your new baby, feeding, teething and tantrums.
Pocket Commando Dad is a parenting manual which provides just that. It is concise, as the title suggests, small enough to carry with you, but contains a wealth of step-by-step instructions for everything you need to do for your baby and toddler.
This document sets out our strategy for working to prevent suicide in Greater Manchester, with an initial focus onmeeting the challenge set out within the Five Year Forward View for Mental Health for at least a 10% reduction by 2020/21
The Suicide Bereavement Information Service has been set up to help answer your questions - whether seeking advice on immediate issues that need addressing or making you aware of ongoing support services.
We want to support you if you are bereaved by suicide or concerned that someone you know may be thinking of suicide. We want to help you find what support is available in the boroughs of Greater Manchester and provide national resources that are available to help.