Children and Young People’s service
Updated 21st May 2021
Reach and Rise – Emotional Wellbeing Groups
Emotional Wellbeing groups face to face at our community bases are currently postponed until further notice.
All provision of support from this service continues remotely.
If you are referred to the service or are currently on our waiting lists for support, you will be contacted by the team regarding our digital support offer.
Should you have any further questions, please call our office number on (024) 7663 1835.
1 to 1 appointments – individual appointments will be coordinated via your usual practitioner/counsellor.
Assessments – Please contact the service via (024) 7663 1835 to discuss these.
Consultation for carers/parents/social workers – telephone consultations are continuing please call (024) 7663 1835.
Please contact the Buddy Service Coordinator regarding new and existing referrals via email@example.com
The CCASS service is for children and young people (up until their 19th birthday) who are on the neurodevelopmental waiting list for an autism diagnosis, or who have previously received a diagnosis but require support, and their families.
The service is not open to anyone working with CAMHS RISE for therapeutic work or social care/early help or a family support worker.
The service can offer low level support, focusing on understanding, communication, sensory integration, processing, behaviour, self-esteem, and daily routines and activities.
The service can help children, young people and families with setting goals related to management of the young person’s neurodevelopmental needs and achieving them to improve the lived experience of the child.
The Big Umbrella
Big Umbrella: Digital delivery of this service will be commencing soon and schools currently waiting for the service will be contacted by the team. The GDPR leaflet
Coventry and Warwickshire Mind is working in partnership with Kieran Joseph (Founder and Director of Guardian Ballers™).
This project will primarily target children and young people within secondary schools through the funding received from Mind and the Co-Op Resilience Fund.
The project aims to facilitate opportunities through the medium of Basketball and Educational sessions for children and young people to consider how they can Ball, Be and make their community Better.