Any child or adolescent between the age of 5 up to 25 could be a suitable candidate for a risk of exclusion intervention at HSR Psychology.
Interventions for risk of exclusion may be suitable for people who:
To learn more about how a risk of exclusion intervention could have benefits for you or people around you, please contact us.
Risk of exclusion interventionscan greatly benefit the child or adolescent, which can include:
Following a risk of exclusion intervention there will be a number of recommendations for supporting the individual which will enable them to continue their journey through education.
Once an initial discussion has taken place risk of exclusion interventions can be carried out, please find out more about our process below.
At HSR Psychology we ensure that we meet the needs of children and young people. To achieve this we ensure that any specific assessments, intervention, or direct work, is only carried out following an initial discussion.
An initial discussion allows us to understand the background and your expectations of our involvement. Having an initial discussion ensures any services we provide appropriately identify or address needs.
Our process for any specific assessments, intervention, or direct work is as follows:
An initial discussion allows us to understand the background and your expectations of our involvement. Arrange an initial discussion
Following an initial discussion we will send you an email that includes:
On receipt of the next steps recommendations and costing you can decide how to proceed. Once you have decided contact us to arrange the chosen services.
In order to meet the child or young person’s needs, one of our highly trained professionals will often work with the young person, their parents/carers and education setting to create a bespoke intervention. We work with both home and school to create a well-rounded view of the young person’s needs and an effective way of supporting these needs. A risk of exclusion intervention can include a range of possibilities, for example the implementation and regular reviews of a management plan. During a risk of exclusion intervention, the child or young person may be taught effective techniques for self-motivation, relaxation and concentration.
After a risk of exclusion intervention, the individual should have learned to use techniques to remain engaged in class. Following a risk of exclusion intervention we can carry out follow up sessions, to review the child or young person’s progress and the impact of the intervention. Outcomes from a risk of exclusion intervention will be given through in the way of a feedback session or, alternatively, a written report if requested. You will be given support through the whole process of a risk exclusion intervention, because of this we always offer the option of follow-up support to those we work with.
A report following any one of our interventions is something we always recommend. It contains information about what took place, the impact we had, and several recommendations for the future. This detailed report is available after a risk of exclusion intervention highlighting the individuals needs and how they can engage in education. A report from a risk of exclusion intervention has various potential uses, such as: school use, personal use, medical use, funding and support, support with an application, or other evidence. Risk of exclusion interventions can be provided for different reasons. If a report is not needed, we offer to provide feedback verbally. We can also offer a short written summary. You can Read more about our reports on our website.
Arrange an initial discussion to find out how we can benefit your education setting. The initial discussion lasts 2 hours and is a starting point to identify needs. The cost is £180.