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  1. Suicide

    Suicide is the act of intentionally ending your life. If you're reading this because you have, or have had, thoughts about taking your life, it's important you ask someone for help. It's probably difficult for you to see at this time, but you're not alone and not…
  2. Complain about a childcare provider

    Please speak to your childcare provider about any concerns you may have with your child’s experiences, contract, payment, funding queries or entitlements. If you feel the situation has not been resolved you can: Ask for a copy of the complaints procedure if you don't already…
  3. Provider Services

    The Provider Services team is at the forefront in ensuring that robust contract management systems are embedded across all specialist providers wherever a Suffolk child and young person is placed, this a statutory function. The team ensure specialist education providers are commissioned appropriately and continue…
  4. Care, Education Treatment Reviews (CETR)

    CETRs are focused on those children and young people who either have been, or may be about to be admitted to a specialist mental health / learning disability hospital either in the NHS or in the independent sector. CETRs bring together those responsible for commissioning…
  5. Suicidal feelings in children and young people

    The above Suffolk Mind video titled 'Understanding Suicide', helps explain why someone, whether they are an adult or young person, may feel suicidal due to unmet emotional needs. If you know someone in immediate danger of taking their life Call 999. If the person is…
  6. Help to stay at home

    How to live independently at home, including equipment and adaptations, meals, personal assistants, money and debt advice, and returning home from hospital. Adapting your home to work for you You may be able to make adaptations to continue living independently at home for longer. Find…
  7. Keep well and active

    Find support to stay healthy, social and independent in your community, including advice on volunteering, work, falls, disabilities and mental health. DementiaFind support to manage dementia and memory loss, including information about living at home, caring for someone and legal matters. Falls and fall preventionLearn…
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