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About the day
This half-day event is being organised in collaboration with the Greater Manchester Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust and aims to share follow up of the excellent work ongoing in Greater Manchester following the traumatic Manchester Arena event, across the health, education and voluntary sectors.
This is aimed at a multi-disciplinary professional audience within the North West and beyond who are interested in understanding and reflecting on the development and impact of work undertaken by public services in the wake of an unpredictable disaster of this magnitude, for young people and their families.
Manchester Resilience Hub: Dr Kate Friedmann (Children & Young People’s Clinical Deputy Lead) and Jenni Willbourn (Training and Events Manager)
42nd Street: Maryam Arbabi (Trauma Lead Practitioner)
One Education: Dr Rebecca Sundhu – Tiers of psychosocial support provided by One Education, Educational Psychology Critical Incident Response Team
13.00 Welcome and Chair: Shermin Imran/Mark Bowers
13.10 42nd street Project: supporting young people after Manchester arena incident: what do we do: Maryam Arbabi in discussion with young person about the journey
13.45 Manchester Resilience Hub – Service offer and access to local services.
The presentation will cover the service provision from the Manchester Resilience Hub and learning from our experience of access to local services and interventions. Jenni Willbourn and Dr Kate Friedman
14.45 Tiers of psychosocial support provided by One Education, Educational Psychology Critical Incident Response Team. Dr Rebecca Sandhu
15.30 Q& A and discussion with speakers
This event is FREE!