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Take Ten People (TTP) in the North East box set

Recipe for Success - Sunderland College

 Image showing the cover of Sunderland College  additional section in Cooking up a Storm This page contains  additional information from Sunderland College as part of the Recipe for Success e-resource

Take Ten People in the North East - Voices 1

Video title: The challenges of experiencing mental ill-health. (4.47 mins)

David Allen, Voices Empowered

David describes the impact of mental ill-health in his own life and the need to combat stigma.

Take Ten People in the North East - Voices 6

Video title: Making a difference: a careers advisor. (5.12 mins) 

Bobbie Black, Next Step (CfBT Advice and Information)

Bobbie's interview identifies the services offered by Next Step; how she implements a person-centred approach with clients and the impact of becoming a mental health champion within her organisation.

Take Ten People in the North East - Voices 5

Video title: Making a difference: a disability support specialist in a further education college. (9.51 mins)

Kevin Lynch, City of Sunderland College.

Kevin describes the college's mentoring and advocacy support and what a person-centred approach means to individual learners; he also looks at activities to challenge stigma amongst staff and students.

Take Ten People in the North East - Voices 4

Video title: Making a difference: the employment specialists seconded into NHS services.  (7.58 mins)

Denise Ewart, City of Sunderland Council and Pauline Stott, Job Centre Plus.

Pauline and Denise discuss their roles; describe in detail the benefits of Individual Placement and Support and examine what a person-centred approach means in the context of employment support.

Take Ten People in the North East - Voices 3

Video title: Using partnership working to promote improvements to services. (5.32 mins)

Tim Bird, North East Mental Health Development Unit.

The NEMHDU Employment Lead describes how partnership working has made a difference in the North East and gives examples of three regional good practice initiatives: the County Durham learning and employment partnership; Sunderland Individual Placement and Support pilot and the Take Ten People regional project.

Take Ten People in the North East - Voices 2

Video title: Voices Empowered - making a difference in the future. (2.39 mins) 

Val Binns, Voices Empowered.

Val explains how effective support from a range of services has helped her and her colleagues to develop the service user led organisation Voices Empowered.

Take Ten People in the North East - Introduction to Voices

A summary of the key elements of effective support identified by practitioners and people who have lived experience of mental health difficulties involved in the Take Ten People in the North East project.

Take Ten People Project in the North East: event report 16.3.11

Archived resource

Summary report of the Discovering Potential event, 16.3.11, co-delivered by NEMHDU and Voices Empowered.

Take Ten People Project in the North East: Interim Report

Archived resource

This report records the initial activities of the project from January to August 2010.  It includes practitioner ideas about how to use Take Ten People in their organisation.

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