P.A.C.E - 17th September 2020
17th Sep
2020

P.A.C.E. (Parent and Carer Events) help families better understand the needs and difficulties that young people can face and how to manage potential issues/concerns they have about their young person.

Venue – Crestwood School, Cherbourg Campus, Cherbourg Road, Eastleigh, SO50 5EL

THIS EVENT HAS BEEN CANCELLED DUE TO VENUE CANCELLING HOSTING.

What is P.A.C.E?

P.A.C.E. (Parent and Carer Events) engage families in understanding the needs and difficulties that young people can face. The events help parents and carers to gain more confidence and knowledge about how to manage potential issues or concerns they may have about their young person.

Workshops are run by experts in their field, such as youth organisations, Hampshire CAMHS and Autism Hampshire.

There are information stands available, which provide relevant information on the numerous organisations and charities that provide support for families in Hampshire.

 

The events include a variety of workshops which focus on relevant issues, such as:

  • Helping boost body image and self-esteem
  • Managing ADHD
  • Supporting a child with eating difficulties
  • CARE (coping and resilience education)
  • Teenage turmoil: Teenage development and mental health
  • Crisis and self-harm
  • Autism Awareness
  • Anxiety Management

Our Aims

  • To provide information in a way that is helpful, engaging and non-threatening
  • To present information that will destigmatise mental illness and other related issues
  • To raise awareness of potential issues and where to seek help, advice and support

Event details

Date: Thursday 17th September 2020

Location: Crestwood School, Cherbourg Campus, Cherbourg Road, Eastleigh, SO50 5EL

Schedule

11:00 — 11:45

Helping boost body image and self esteem

  • Impact of social media / digital technology (including gaming) and Photoshop
  • Strategies to help boost positive body image and self-esteem
More information Reserve

Teenage turmoil: Teenage development and mental health

  • Teenage development and mental health
  • Stereotypical adolescent behaviour has clear explanations in science
  • This workshop explains typical teenage behaviour and what you can do, as a parent or carer, to help them during this important stage of development
More information Reserve
12:00 — 12:45

Managing ADHD

  • What is ADHD? Spotting the signs and symptoms
  • Diagnosis; the process and things to know about the diagnostic assessment
  • How to support a young person with ADHD
  • Where to go for help and support
More information Reserve

Crisis and Self-Harm

  • What is self-harm? why do young people self-harm?
  • Signs and symptoms that a young person may be engaging in self-harm behaviour
  • How to support a young person who is in crisis (practical strategies)
  • Where to go for help and support
More information Reserve
13:00 — 13:45

Supporting a child with eating difficulties

  • This workshop solely focuses on eating disorders as a mental health disorder; it does not address eating difficulties in the context of neuro-developmental such as Autism
  • Signs and symptoms; what to look for
  • Next steps and practical strategies to support a young person
  • Where to go for more support and referrals to the Eating Disorder Team
More information Reserve

Autism Awareness

  • What is Autistic Spectrum Condition?
  • Spotting the signs and symptoms
  • Diagnosis; the process and things to know about the diagnostic assessment
  • How to support a young person with ASC
  • Where to go for more help and support
More information Reserve
14:00 — 14:45

CARE (coping and resilience education)

  • Learn about emotional and mental health; how to manage when life gets tough
More information Reserve

Anxiety Management

  • What is anxiety? Spotting the signs and symptoms
  • How to support a young person who experiences anxiety (practical strategies)
  • Where to go for more help and support
More information Reserve
15:00 — 15:45

Crisis and Self-Harm

  • What is self-harm? why do young people self-harm?
  • Signs and symptoms that a young person may be engaging in self-harm behaviour
  • How to support a young person who is in crisis (practical strategies)
  • Where to go for help and support
More information Reserve
16:00 — 16:45

Helping boost body image and self esteem

  • Impact of social media / digital technology (including gaming) and Photoshop
  • Strategies to help boost positive body image and self-esteem
More information Reserve

Teenage turmoil: Teenage development and mental health

  • Teenage development and mental health
  • Stereotypical adolescent behaviour has clear explanations in science
  • This workshop explains typical teenage behaviour and what you can do, as a parent or carer, to help them during this important stage of development
More information Reserve
17:00 — 17:45

CARE (coping and resilience education)

  • Learn about emotional and mental health; how to manage when life gets tough
More information Reserve

Anxiety Management

  • What is anxiety? Spotting the signs and symptoms
  • How to support a young person who experiences anxiety (practical strategies)
  • Where to go for more help and support
More information Reserve
18:00 — 18:45

Managing ADHD

  • What is ADHD? Spotting the signs and symptoms
  • Diagnosis; the process and things to know about the diagnostic assessment
  • How to support a young person with ADHD
  • Where to go for help and support
More information Reserve

Autism Awareness

  • What is Autistic Spectrum Condition?
  • Spotting the signs and symptoms
  • Diagnosis; the process and things to know about the diagnostic assessment
  • How to support a young person with ASC
  • Where to go for more help and support
More information Reserve
Mental and Emotional Health Workshops

Helping boost body image and self esteem

17th September 2020
Helping boost body image and self esteem
Two workshops: 11:00 - 11:45 and 16:00 - 16:45

  • Impact of social media / digital technology (including gaming) and Photoshop
  • Strategies to help boost positive body image and self-esteem
Select a time to reserve your place.
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Managing ADHD

17th September 2020
Managing ADHD
Two workshops: 12:00 - 12:45 and 18:00 - 18:45

  • What is ADHD? Spotting the signs and symptoms
  • Diagnosis; the process and things to know about the diagnostic assessment
  • How to support a young person with ADHD
  • Where to go for help and support
Select a time to reserve your place.
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Supporting a child with eating difficulties

17th September 2020
Supporting a child with eating difficulties
One workshop: 13:00 - 13:45

  • This workshop solely focuses on eating disorders as a mental health disorder; it does not address eating difficulties in the context of neuro-developmental such as Autism
  • Signs and symptoms; what to look for
  • Next steps and practical strategies to support a young person
  • Where to go for more support and referrals to the Eating Disorder Team
Select a time to reserve your place.
X
One workshop

CARE (coping and resilience education)

17th September 2020
CARE (coping and resilience education)
Two workshops: 14:00 - 14:45 and 17:00 - 17:45

  • Learn about emotional and mental health; how to manage when life gets tough
Select a time to reserve your place.
X

Teenage turmoil: Teenage development and mental health

17th September 2020
Teenage turmoil: Teenage development and mental health
Two workshops: 11:00 - 11:45 and 16:00 - 16:45

  • Teenage development and mental health
  • Stereotypical adolescent behaviour has clear explanations in science
  • This workshop explains typical teenage behaviour and what you can do, as a parent or carer, to help them during this important stage of development
Select a time to reserve your place.
X

Crisis and Self-Harm

17th September 2020
Crisis and Self-Harm
Two workshops: 12:00 - 12:45 and 15:00 - 15:45

  • What is self-harm? why do young people self-harm?
  • Signs and symptoms that a young person may be engaging in self-harm behaviour
  • How to support a young person who is in crisis (practical strategies)
  • Where to go for help and support
Select a time to reserve your place.
X

Autism Awareness

17th September 2020
Autism Awareness
Two workshops: 13:00 - 13:45 and 18:00 - 18:45

  • What is Autistic Spectrum Condition?
  • Spotting the signs and symptoms
  • Diagnosis; the process and things to know about the diagnostic assessment
  • How to support a young person with ASC
  • Where to go for more help and support
Select a time to reserve your place.
X

Anxiety Management

17th September 2020
Anxiety Management
Two workshops: 14:00 - 14:45 and 17:00 - 17:45

  • What is anxiety? Spotting the signs and symptoms
  • How to support a young person who experiences anxiety (practical strategies)
  • Where to go for more help and support
Select a time to reserve your place.
X