The Take Ten People Project (2010-2011) was part of a wider regional strategy, funded by the North East Mental Health Development Unit (NEMHDU), to improve the progression and employment prospects of people with experience of a mental health condition.
This is one of a series of 1 in 4 leaflets for adult learners/potential learners who have experience of mental health difficulties. This particular leaflet is designed to help people think about their aspirations and getting into learning. It begins to answer some of the questions they may have and to boost their confidence that they too would be welcome in learning and can achieve in learning .
This is the first year report from the pioneering Back on Track project developed in Portsmouth between Headspace Early Intervention Service and Highbury College. It inspired the Back on Track 2 project.
Building confidence and a sense of well-being is increasingly being seen as a means of enabling learners to make the most of their potential and to participate more fully in society. But how do you it?
Discovering potential is a resource pack that supports practitioners and managers who work with adults with low self-esteem. It looks at:
A companion to the original Back on Track report and Back on Track 2, this guide has been written by the creators of the original Back on Track initiative in Portsmouth, in response to requests by practitioners wishing to develop a similar model of working.
The Back on Track How to Guide is a checklist to support providers to develop their own local partnerships to improve opportunities for learners with mental health difficulties.
It is provided in Word format so that you can complete the checklist electronically.