ADHD – Role of the advisory teacher
Advisory teachers play an important part in assessing and supporting children and young people in the school setting.
ADHD and diet – a guide for parents, families and carers.
Diet can not cause ADHD, nor can it cure it. However some changes in your child's diet can affect their behaviour.
ADHD and sleep – a guide for parents, families and carers
Sleep hygiene During the daytime: make sure you child spends time outside and has regular exercise and activities young children can have a nap as appropriate; however discourage long naps or too many naps as this may impact on your child’s ability to fall asleep at night or reduce the amount of night time sleep […]
Adolescent forensic outpatient team – child and adolescent mental health service (CAMHS)
The team provides a specialist adolescent forensic psychiatry and psychology service that works with young people and families across Teesside, County Durham and parts of North Yorkshire.
Adult autism service (Teesside)
Address Lancaster House Falcon Court Stockton-on-Tees TS18 3TS Telephone 01642 368302 Email TEWV.firstname.lastname@example.org The adult autism service provides specialist assessment for diagnosis of Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for adults over the age of 18, and recommendations where required for future care, treatment or support. The service is Monday to Friday 9am to 4.30pm and covers the […]
Adult mental health dietetics
The adult mental health services dietetic team provides support to service users who have found their dietary intake to be effected by their mental health. This service is specifically for 18-65 years.
Age liaison and diversion service
The all age liaison and diversion service offers assessment and advice for people who experience mental health concerns / difficulties.
ARCH Recovery College
The recovery programme is dramatically changing the focus of our services by aiming to embed the ethos of recovery into all of our services.
Sometimes words can't be used or found to describe thoughts and feelings. But the process involved in art making, and the art itself, can help people with mental health problems explore and address their difficulties.