Our Innovate SEMH provision delivers highly targeted intervention to children and young people; those who may be at risk of exclusion, currently not attending school or attending part-time for limited periods of learning due their additional needs.
A new way to deliver services
Our model provides ‘wraparound’ SEMH support for children and young people in the form of a SEMH Support Hub.
Specialist SEMH teams work intensively with each child, their family and school to ensure they have the right support to maintain their school placement.
The service provides two days of SEMH support weekly. Once allocated a place at the SEMH Support Hub by the local authority, each child or young person attends the Hub for direct work and intervention one day a week and receives a further half a day per week local outreach support in their existing educational setting. Meanwhile, half a day per week is dedicated to training and mentoring school staff, parents and carers.
A flexible SEMH model
Our SEMH provision is a highly tailored offering that can be quickly set-up within your local area. In each instance, our SEMH Support Hub offers:
- Targeted evidence-based mental health support (both for children and families)
- A team of highly experienced professionals
- Placements of between 13 to 39 weeks (one school term being 13 weeks)
- Support to help children and young people remain within school
- Regular training for teachers and teaching assistants
We also work with local authorities to identify other solutions to meet the complex SEMH needs of children and young people. Our proposition is simple. We create cost-effective solutions that also deliver the best outcomes for children and young people.
Specialist educational psychology support
The weekly SEMH Group supports a small group of peers who all have access to Innovate Psychology professionals within the SEMH Support Hub. The team includes, psychologists, therapists, specialist teacher and HLTA/family liaison specialist. They work intensively with the group and individually with each child, their family and school to identify ways in which they child can be supported to maintain their school placement and achieve positive outcomes.
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