Resources to reduce and respond to self-harm and suicidal intent

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Developed to support a whole school culture of early intervention and support around student mental health, and partnership working with CAMHS services, for deaf children and young people, and those on the autism spectrum.

 These resources include:

  • Simple tools to promote a shared understanding of managing risk, risk assessments, and the language used around mental health risks
  • Flow charts to support staff to know how to respond in emergency situations

 Developed by St John’s School for the Deaf, Boston Spa, and freely available. To find out more contact Kate Adams, School Nurse.

See more about the NASS SEND Incubator that we supported and meet the rest of the cohort here.

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