A situational factor is an external influence which can impact a child or young person’s life, such as parental divorce. Some children and young people affected by certain situational factors may be at a higher risk of social, emotional and mental health (SEMH) difficulties.
We can provide services relating to the following situational factors:
Abuse and neglect can have an impact on an individual’s wellbeing. We can support needs related to abuse and neglect.
A child or young person that has been adopted may have additional needs, such as attachment difficulties. We can support various difficulties for children and young people who have been adopted.
Bereavement can affect an individual’s mental, physical and emotional wellbeing. We can provide assessments and interventions to support needs related to bereavement.
All types of bullying including physical, mental and cyber, can have a significant impact on a child or young person’s quality of life. We can help to support bullying-related needs.
Children with looked after status are in the care of the local authority, either in a children’s home or a foster home. We can provide flexible care for individuals with needs related to their circumstances.
Families may experience difficulties, including divorce, financial stress and/or a change in situations. We provide assessments, interventions and reports for needs related to family difficulties.
Parenting can be difficult, which is why we can support needs related to parenting difficulties. We can provide support in a variety of ways including training, consultations and workshops.