Sharing Practice - Spotlight on Warrington & Knowlsey

Huge thanks to our NW colleagues in Warrington and Knowsley for sharing the following example of practice.

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Warrington, Knowsley and the Royal College of Paediatrics and Child Health worked together over five months to develop the Being Me resources through workshops and activity sessions with more than 20 Children in Care Council members. The free toolkit includes the following resources:

  • Feelings teller game

  • Feelings poster

  • Children’s health and wellbeing passport

  • Young people’s health and wellbeing passport

  • Top tips for doctors

https://www.rcpch.ac.uk/resources/being-me-supporting-children-young-people-care?dm_i=12S1%2C6ATEF%2CS3W13E%2COVI39%2C1&utm_campaign=10582359_RCPCH%20EnCo%20Summer%20Term%202019&utm_medium=email&utm_source=Royal%20College%20Of%20Paediatrics%20and%20Child%20Health

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