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A Random Idea:

Provide regular professional training for all who work with children and young people—teachers, nurses, youth workers, GPs, and A&E workers etc.


Caring Relationships
Opportunity and Expression
Leisure and Therapeutic Activity
On and Off the Ward
Relational and Physical Safety
Family and Friends
Unique Recovery Journeys
Leisure and Growth