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I is for Intervention

Strengthening Mental Health Through Swift Intervention

Our mission is to fortify mental health, but we also understand that crises can occur. In the 'Intervention' component, we've built a robust system of warning signs to improve the speed and efficiency of intervention. It's about being there when it matters most.


Early Identification of 'Red Flags'

Intervention begins with awareness. Our platform makes it easy to identify 'red flags' at the individual level, providing a clear indication of when a student may need support. These early signs are crucial in facilitating timely intervention.


Creating 'Focus Groups' for Extra Care

We believe in the power of community and support. In the 'Intervention' phase, we provide the means to create 'Focus Groups,' enabling schools to offer additional care and support to students who require it. This allows tutors to keep a closer look and supply extra support or unique resources where needed. Multiple Focus Groups can be set up for different cohorts who may all require nuanced support.


Coordinated Intervention Action Plans

Intervention isn't a solitary effort; it's a collective action. Our 'Intervention' component features a Student-Teacher Conversation log, where coordinated intervention action plans are formed. It's the synergy between students and teachers working together to address concerns.


From Individual to Whole-School Vigilance

Vigilance is paramount in intervention. Our platform extends the ability to spot 'red flags' from individual students to a whole-school view. It's about ensuring that no student's needs are overlooked, and every school is equipped to respond to challenges.


Swift and Effective Intervention

In times of crisis, swift and effective intervention is non-negotiable. Our 'Intervention' component is designed to streamline the process, ensuring that the right support reaches students when they need it most. It's about being responsive, compassionate, and resolute in times of need.


Discover how our 'Intervention' component, the fourth part of the APPIA methodology, is revolutionising the way schools respond to crisis situations. It's about early identification, creating support networks, coordinating intervention action, and extending vigilance from individual to whole-school levels. Join us in making a difference when it matters most.

"It's helped us to reach all those students who haven't had the courage or confidence to reach out"

Katie, Social Emotional Mental Health (SEMH) Lead - Rutland, UK

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