Presented by CORC Programme Manager – Nick Tait and Dr Rowena Rossiter, Cornwallis North East University of Kent
The 1st CORC Spring Seminar aims to progress practice and practice-guidance on measures and methods for children and young people with learning disabilities (LD), their families and networks of support. The session builds on previous collaborative work in this area, led by the LD Network of the Division of Clinical Psychology’s Children, Young People and their Families Faculty.
During this session we will:
Share results from our survey of current practice regarding use of outcome measures with children and young people with Learning disabilities
Share a framework to support people to hear the ‘voice’ of children and young people especially those with severe or multiple and profound learning disabilities and some good practice initiatives and resources
Provide opportunities for you to share and reflect upon examples from your own practice regarding what works well and how to integrate good practice going forward
Ideal for: service providers (frontline and strategic); researchers; commissioners
CORC Spring Seminars 2021
Our Spring Seminars aim to bring you the latest learning from CORC members and our partners and collaborators. In previous years, we began to discuss with attendees what research can tell us about whether children and young people are being helped by mental health services and how we respond and define outcome data. This year, we want to continue on this journey with you by providing opportunities to hear about innovative practice, recent research and CORC member data and to consider how this might apply in your own setting. Please join us, contribute your own experiences and help us ensure young people’s outcomes are at the heart of mental health support.
We welcome the opportunity in hosting our seminars virtually this year to reach colleagues across the country and beyond. The seminars are open to mental health and education professionals, service leads, young people and parents and anyone else interested in innovative research and dissemination practices in child and youth mental health.
If you are a non-member, each CORC Spring Seminar costs £10. You can also book all 3 CORC Spring Seminars for only £25.
For any questions, please don't hesitate to email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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As Programme Manager for CORC, Nick works directly with members as well as on a range of projects in collaboration with CORC partner organisations. Nick joined CORC after working in schools, first as a teacher and then as head teacher of a large London primary school. Through his work with children he saw the importance of effective support for children’s mental health and wellbeing and worked with partner organisations to develop practice in school. He is particularly interested in the wellbeing of the most vulnerable children.