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Getting More Help

The information below is for our young people who would benefit from more specialist targeted support. Referrals are considered, by evidence, of a mental health disorder and significant impairment of functioning, as well as risk to the young person or others. 

At All Hallows our mental health and wellbeing offer is: 

Where there is evidence of a mental health disorder and significant impairment of functioning, as well as risk to the young person or others, then Miss Clements, Miss Cook & the SEND Team can support young people and families with the referral process, and attend meetings to enable a joined-up approach.

AT All Hallows, our Safeguarding Team are: Mr Blades (Designated Safeguarding Lead), Miss Clements (Deputy DSL) & Mrs Garvey (Deputy DSL).

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Miss Clements

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Mrs Ball

Right Help, Right Time

Delivering effective support for children and

families in Cheshire East

Multi-Agency Threshold of Need Guidance

 

All Hallows work closely with Cheshire East Family Hub and Social workers.

 

Here at All Hallows, we work with families and young people, to offer Extar and targeted help assessment. 

This allows us to support you in getting effective and early intervention bringing other professionals around the table with a plan of support. Early help assessments are voluntary. This means that parents carers or young people do not have to agree to have an assessment. But remember, early help aims to support families and young people and to prevent problems from getting worse. So, early help services may prevent the child and family’s needs from escalating.

 

Multi-Agency Threshold of Need Guidance

 

The guidance provides a framework for professionals who are working with children, young people, and families and aims to help identify circumstances when children may need additional support to achieve their potential. The stepped approach provides information on the levels of children’s needs. There are four different levels of need from universal services, which are available to all children and include education and health; extra and targeted help for those children who need additional support to reach their potential; and statutory and specialist help where the issues are more complex.

 

Family Information Service (cheshireeast.gov.uk)

 

Early Help Assessment

When families need some extra help and support to keep their children safe and well. Support includes assessing what families need and creating and implementing a plan of support.

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The footprint across Cheshire East CAMHs differs between Health and Education services.

Macclesfield CAMHS is based in Macclesfield and includes Congleton, Handforth, Holmes Chapel, Knutsford, Macclesfield, Poynton, Wilmslow area.

 

When a CYP is aged 0-18 and their GP is located in East Cheshire CAMHS locality CYP up to 18 years of age can be referred by a professional (such as a GP or teacher).

 

Click on each of the links below for more information about what the service can offer and how you can make a referral.

CAMHS Primary Mental Health Service 

CAMHS

CAMHS Learning Disability Service

CAMHS Eating Disorder Service

South Cheshire CAMHS is based in Crewe and covers Crewe, Nantwich, Alsager and Sandbach area.

 

When a CYP is aged 0-18 and their GP is located in South Cheshire locality, CYP up to 18 years of age can be referred by a professional (such as a GP or teacher). Click on each of the links below for more information about what the service can offer, who it is for and how you can make a referral.

CYP Wellbeing Hub

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CAMHS Learning Disability Service

CAMHS Eating Disorder Service

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Education of CYP with medical needs Educational support for children of compulsory school age (5-16 yrs) can be sought from Cheshire East Tuition Team, Medical Needs Service. This service is available for children on the schools roll who are receiving ongoing mental health support from CAMHS services at tier 3 or above. Referrals should be made by the school and supported with evidence from the medical practitioner. Referral forms and information can be requested from admin.mns@cheshireeast.gov.uk

If you feel you still need additional support, please look at the next section, Getting Risk Support.  

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