See, Hear, Respond is delivered in collaboration with our national partners
You can reach out to our partners if your need is specific to their area of support; for anything else, please reach out to us:
- Refer someone in need
- Speak to us on our free phone 0800 157 7015
- or find further information and helpful resources here.
Action for Children
Action for Children are providing the following streams of support as a core partner of the See, Hear, Respond programme:
- SHR Parent Talk: National online support and advice service for parents/ families and carers with children aged between 0 – 19. They offer varied support from light touch signposting to more in depth therapeutic support, such as parenting advice for up to 6 sessions.
If you are a parent or carer who wants support, Action for Children’s See Hear Respond Parent Talk is available for you.
SHR Parent Talk is available:
- Blues Programme – this a virtual 6 session evidence based group work intervention for 13 – 19 year olds who are experiencing early signs of mental health issues.
- Bouncing Back – this is a virtual 2 session based Group work intervention offering some very practical ways to keep emotionally well.
- Re-integration into Education – they have a number of partnerships with sports clubs including The Albion, Newcastle Falcons, Liverpool and Worcester Warriors who will deliver blended programmes regarding supporting young people in confidence and resilience to develop and continue accessing education.
Approachable Parenting is an organisation which was established in response to the needs of the Black Asian and Ethnic Minority (BAME) communities. It provides information and guidance, parenting support and group coaching sessions for expectant mothers, after birth, parents of children age 4-11years, teenagers and couples with relationship issues. They offer therapeutic support for parents and teenagers going through mental health distress and anxiety. They work with families to reintegration of children into schools.
Association of Muslim Schools
The Association of Muslim Schools are responsible for delivering the Reintegration into Education strand of support for Barnardo’s. Their support is for Black, Asian and Minority Ethnic parents and children, and it’s focused on getting the children back into school. Therapeutic support is also offered to children which gives children group work and one to one mental health and wellbeing support. AMS’ support incudes contacting and engaging parents, discussing the issues around returning to school, working with the child or young person, and the creating educational opportunities and a reintegration plan.
For pregnant parents and new families (under 6 months) who are struggling during COVID-19 pandemic, with little or no face-to-face support, Best Beginnings are providing 3 packages of help: Online advice and support via our NHS approved Baby Buddy app; Group Workshops (Antenatal and Postnatal) – a friendly, supportive mothers/babies/parents group; and Therapeutic support – for those who are really struggling with anxiety or difficult circumstances and need access to one to one support.
Blossom Antenatal is a non-profit organisation here to support expectant parents and new families. They offer a range of easily accessible online sessions led by non-judgemental, expert facilitators who are able to work with families from pregnancy through to age 2. Classes includes a full antenatal and postnatal offering. Their most popular classes are breastfeeding, labour and birth, dads and partners, developmental play, empowering motherhood, practical baby care and paced bottle feeding.
Groundwork offer a full complement of support under each delivery theme - Online Digital Support and Group Work, Detached Youth Work, Crisis support and Reintegration into Education. They work with young people aged 7-18 and provide interventions to the young person to increase emotional resilience, learn coping and mitigation strategies for current concerns, and work towards achieving a short-term goal to help improve current circumstances. Groundwork uses a blend of Clinical Wellbeing Leads and Well Being Coaches to deliver each intervention.
Henry provides facilitated online support groups for parents with babies and young children under 5, as well as new parents. It is for parents who are currently facing challenges, and at times finding it hard to keep everyone happy and healthy. Our small, friendly, practitioner-led groups support families with Emotional wellbeing, Positive parent-child relationships, Family routines and habits and Lifestyle ideas.
Muslim Youth Helpline
Muslim Youth Helpline operates as a listening service to individuals who may be facing a difficult time. They serve the community at large, no matter what age or religious background they identify with, via calls, emails and web chats, MYH is a trusted helpline which has been in operation for 19 years, and through their work, they have reached many ‘hidden’ children and young people in need of support.
Telephone number: 0808 808 2008
National Deaf Children's Society
The National Deaf Children's Society gives expert support on childhood deafness, raises awareness and campaigns for deaf children’s rights, so they have the same opportunities as everyone else. Deaf children and young people are at the heart of our work. We make sure their needs come first, and we help others do the same. We provide help in several strands: Online Digital Support, Group Work, and Reintegration into Education.
They can be contacted on 0808 800 8880, Monday to Friday 9.30am – 5pm, or you can email them at [email protected]
SHS UK is responsible for delivering the Reintegration into Education strand of support for Barnardo’s. Their support is for parents and children, and is focused on getting the children back into school. The support includes contacting parents, discussing the issues around returning to school, working with the child or young person, and the creation of a reintegration plan. They also liaise with schools on behalf of the parents.
The Children’s Society
The Children's Society reaches out to support children across England when they face crisis and believe that every child should have the greatest possible chance in life and no child should feel alone. As a core partner for See, Hear, Respond, The Children’s Society are working to respond to the urgent needs of young people affected by Coronavirus. Our See, Hear, Respond offer works with young people to understand what they are going through and how the pandemic has affected their lives and help to create support plans to meet their needs, to help them recover from their experiences. We are able to offer a full complement of support under each delivery theme - Online Digital Support and Group Work, Detached Youth Work, Crisis support and Reintegration into Education.
Young Epilepsy can support any child or young person with epilepsy, including those who have SEND or additional needs alongside their epilepsy; they can support everyone from 0 – 18years, and up to 25years old for those with SEND. Their team of specialist caseworkers treat everyone individually and work hard to get to know each person and design tailored support to the individual. Their support can include therapeutic support, reintegration in education, one off advice and guidance and also group sessions for both parents and young people who may need our support. They aim to understand the goals of each person and work together, including with parents and the wider family if appropriate, to achieve these through our support.
Helpline 01342 831342