Emotional Health and Wellbeing

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Partners in Suffolk are working together to deliver the Children and Young People’s (CYP’s) Emotional Wellbeing Transformation Plan (EWB 2020). They are working to establish a joined-up, family focused response to all children, young people and families presenting with emotional, behavioural or mental health needs.

The plan has been developed with both NHS West Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) and NHS Ipswich and East Suffolk CCG, GPs, Suffolk County Council, charities, schools, young people, parents and carers and is based on Five Big Ideas and Ten Priorities which will be delivered over the next five years. Find out more at www.healthysuffolk.org.uk/EWB2020


Report about children and young people’s emotional wellbeing in Suffolk

A recent report from Healthwatch Suffolk, highlights the emotional challenges young people face when navigating their way through school. They surveyed more than 6,800 people aged 11 to 18 about important issues including self-harm, cyber-bullying, sleep problems and the difficulties young people have in finding the right support to help them cope.

The report was commissioned through the Suffolk Children’s Emotional Wellbeing Group as part of work to deliver the Suffolk Emotional Wellbeing Transformation Plan (EWB2020).

My Health, Our Future: Understanding children and young people’s mental health in Suffolk



MindEd is a free resource and is aimed at both families and professionals regarding children and young people’s mental health. 

MindEd is an e-learning tool led by Health Education England and supported by the Department of Health and Education.  The resource is quality assured by clinical experts and is suited for use by schools, children’s care homes, health professionals, social care, families, advocates and many more. It offers specific modules around autism, learning disabilities and behaviour that challenges.

For further information please visit the website: www.minded.org.uk/



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