• Fantastic resources, trialled and approved by young people in Cheshire East.

    All to help educate teenagers on healthy relationships and how to explain what abuse is

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Quick Guides

Disclosure Guide one minute guide

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Cheshire East Safety Plan Guide

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Rape and Sexual Abuse One Minute Guide

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MARAC one minute guide

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Domestic Abuse HUB referral form

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Safe lives Champion guide

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RELATIONSHIP ABUSE DISCLOSURE – WHAT TO DO

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safe lives online abuse guide

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safe lives yp dash checklist (risk assessment)

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Safe lives young persons safety plan

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Safe lives young parents guide

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safe lives yp with mental health needs guide

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safe lives yp with substance misuse guide

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Safeguarding Guide

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Safer Schools Partnership

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The Survivor’s Handbook

A Women’s Aid resource for women experiencing domestic abuse. This guide provides general information and safety planning, finding help, legal rights, helping children, managing your health and much more.

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Information guide: adolescent to parent violence and abuse

a Government guide to Adolescent to Parent abuse for professionals, created by the Home Office. It is quite comprehensive in it’s guidance in terms of responses by Healthcare, Education, Social Care, Housing, Police, and Youth Justice. However, useful for others in terms of understanding what APA is and what responses should be.

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Teenage Relationship Abuse: A Teachers Guide

A fantastic guide created in partnership with the Home Office and the charity Women’s Aid; it provides information on what teenage relationship abuse is, warning signs, how it impacts, and how the school can respond – plus lots more. The Home Office have now archived this resources with the end of the ‘this is abuse’ campaign. However, the advice and information are still relevant until further guidance is published.

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The Protection of Children and Young People with Autism from Violence and Abuse

A fantastic guide created by the National Autism Society. This guide has been developed to assist those responsible for the protection and safeguarding of children and young people with autism. This guide aims to complement existing policies and procedures and will provide specific information and guidance in relation to children and young people with autism.

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sexual exploitation guide

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DISRESPECT NOBODY discussion guide

A new discussion guide released by the Home Office as part of the 2016 Teenage Relationship Abuse campaign – disrespect nobody. This guide is similar to the original This is Abuse discussion guide (still available to download on ACTONIT), however a much clearer design concepts and delves further into discussions about preparing classes (e.g. consider gender, age, maturity).

“The new campaign was developed and informed by research with young people which showed that using puppets makes serious content easier to engage with.” – Home Office. ACT ON IT had similar responses in the trials of Real Love Rocks compared to My Dangerous Loverboy and the creation of this site (as you’ll see from the imagery). Young people want information, not to be frightened.

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A Parents Guide to TEEN DATING VIOLENCE

A wonderful resource for parents (U.S origins) who are concerned about their child’s relationship and want tips about how to talk to them about it. This handbook helps parents talk with their teenage sons and daughters about the violence that can occur within a relationship and the confusion and pain it causes.

The questions in this handbook provide a framework for one, two or ten conversations and can offer important information and insights into dating abuse. These talks can spark a discussion about preventing abuse and give you a chance to share your beliefs about healthy, non-violent relationships, and more importantly, these questions can lead to a conversation about what is happening in your teen’s relationships and how you can help.

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Safe lives risk of sexual exploitation guide

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Children and Young People Domestic Abuse Policy 2018

This policy and practice guidance sets out how the needs of children and young people in Cheshire East will be identified and assessed, and the range of services open to them to assist them in feeling and being safe, secure and able to thrive.

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