This Resource E-Pack for Children & Young People Practitioners offers a list of excellent (free) resources for practitioners working with children and young people. It includes both direct worksheets and guides.
Cooking on a budget: Easy pleasy cook book – This ‘easy pleasy cook book’ has designed by The Children’s Society and Cheshire East Council. It’s an excellent resource to help all young people cook for themselves.
The milk’s in the oven | A booklet about dementia for children and young people – This resource has been completed by the Mental Health Foundation. It offer information about dementia for children and young people.
Solution-focused practice: A toolkit for working with children and young people – This is an excellent toolkit featuring a number of direct resources and worksheets focusing on Solution-Focused Brief Therapy intervention with Children and Young People.
Child Protection: Consultation with Children Toolkit – This is an excellent practical toolkit that can be used by social workers with children who are subject to the child protection process. It provides a number of practical tools, tips and activities.
My Three Houses App – helps professionals such as children’s services workers, teachers and child counsellors help children to write, draw and speak about worrying things in their life.
How it looks to me: Assessing wishes & feelings worksheets – This workbook has been developed by CAFCASS. It is designed to help social workers assess a child’s wishes and feelings using friendly and interactive worksheets.
Time Line Worksheet | Relationship Building & Information Gathering – A Time Line Worksheet is a good ‘starter for 10’ for working with new services users – whether children, young people or vulnerable adults.
Coping with Domestic Abuse: Booklet for children aged 6 to 12 – This booklet has been created by Barnardos and the Family Support Agency. It has been created to help children and their parents who live with and experience domestic abuse.