Informed Level Resources

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Resources page for staff working in mental health and suicide prevention at the Informed level of practice.

Ask, Tell, Respond - Introduction
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The ‘Informed Level' provides the essential knowledge and skills required by all staff working across health and social care to contribute to mental health improvement and the prevention of self-harm and suicide. It also encapsulates most of the wider public health workforce who need to be informed about mental health and wellbeing and be able to respond to someone who is experiencing mental distress, or mental ill health, and who might be at risk of self-harm or suicide. This level is also applicable more broadly, and can have relevance to everyone, in any workplace, workforce or community who has the opportunity and ability to positively impact on their own and others’ mental health and wellbeing and contribute to supporting people experiencing mental ill health and preventing self-harm or suicide.  

Mental Health Improvement and Suicide Prevention – Informed Level eLearning Module

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This module comprises of the three Ask, Tell Respond animations and check your learning quizzes covering mental wellbeing, suicide prevention and having compassionate conversations with people who are experiencing mental distress or may be feeling suicidal. While each animation can be viewed on its own, we recommended all 3 are completed. 

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Ask, Tell Respond Animations [Adult] – Available in British Sign Language

Please note if you wish to complete the eLearning module attached this should be completed separately.

Ask, Tell Respond Animations -  Three Adult  educational animations that inform individuals working with adults about mental health, how to maintain this; the factors that can lead to mental distress or mental ill-health; how to have compassionate conversations which sets out how to support people who are experiencing mental distress or may be feeling suicidal and help them seek help. Although these can be viewed on their own, it would be recommended that these are viewed as part of a wider learning activity.

Although these can be viewed on their own, it would be recommended that these are viewed as part of a wider learning activity.

Promoting Children and Young People’s Mental Health and preventing Self-Harm and Suicide

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Promoting children and young people’s mental health and preventing self harm

The Ask, Tell Respond Animations are three educational animations supporting  learning about mental health, self-harm and suicide prevention specifically for the wider Children and Young People’s workforce.

These animations support individuals to understand the factors that influence mental health and resilience in children and young people; engage proactively with children and young people about mental health, self-harm and suicide; and recognise when to seek help to support those in their care. 

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Ask, Tell Respond Animations [Children and Young People] – Available in British Sign Language

Please note if you wish to complete the eLearning module attached this should be completed separately.

Promoting Children and Young People’s Mental Health and preventing Self-Harm and Suicide Animations Three educational animations support learning about mental health, self-harm and suicide prevention specifically for the wider Children and Young People’s workforce. These animations support individuals to understand the factors that influence mental health and resilience in children and young people; engage proactively with children and young people about mental health, self-harm and suicide; and recognise when to seek help to support those in their care. 

Although these can be viewed on their own, it would be recommended that these are viewed as part of a wider learning activity.

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Supporting a Mentally Healthy Workplace – A Guide for Managers
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This presentation is for managers, team leads and people in similar roles . It is designed to help you to be better able to support the mental health of employees and to encourage good practice in promoting positive mental health and wellbeing in the workplace: