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Sunflower House

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It has been a real honour to be part of such an important project that will have such a huge impact on so many children and young people in the years to come. But this living kids' fort goes even beyond even creativity and science; it is also a gratitude garden. Your children will pause and notice the beauty in the diversity of the sunflowers. Plus, mid-summer the smaller sunflowers are perfect for creating bouquets, giving you the opportunity to write a kind note (or draw a picture!) and gift a friend some sunshine.

Experience and knowledge of the Children Act (1989/2004); Children and Young Persons Act (2008); Children and Families Act 2014 Remember, the purpose of this unique DIY fort is gardening with kids, so be sure to get your childreninvolved in the seed planting. Most of the smaller sunflower seeds welet the kids toss in and sow independently with their children's gardening tools. Risk Management - All individuals will have some risk management responsibilities with which they are required to comply, for details of your responsibilities please refer to the current Risk Management Strategy, which is available on the Intranet. You also good spot that’s flat andfull sun (6-8 hours of direct sun a day) with normal, moist soil that drainswell. Instructions Sunflower House cares for children with challenging mental health difficulties. This can affect not only the child experiencing these difficulties but also their family and friends. Watch this real story from a mother of a young person who was treated at Dewi Jones (our previous tier four inpatient mental health facility) as told from her point of view.

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Children can come to Sunflower House for a variety of reasons. For your child to make new friends, have fun and be given the opportunity to participate in new activities and gain more independence. It is also time for families and carers to have a break. Sunflower House will care for children with challenging mental health difficulties. This can affect not only the child experiencing these difficulties but also their family and friends. Recently a mother of a young person who was treated at Dewi Jones (our previous tier four inpatient mental health facility) told us her story and we have put this together as a short animated story which you can see below. Water yourseeds every day and keep the soil moist, especially when the seedlings are small and growing.The seedsshould start to sprout in about a week, if the weather is warm. If you wish, fertilize the flower as they grow: you can use a blend of liquid kelp and fishemulsion.

Sunflower House provides short breaks for children with physical disabilities and complex health needs.Depending on the variety of sunflower you planted, plants will begin to produce flowers in 7 to 12 weeks. Staff cater for a wide range of care, medical and dietary needs and are all fully trained in these areas. Everyone works together as a team to offer children individual choice and opportunities. The staffing levels vary depending on the children’s needs. The number of nights allocated per month is decided at a Resource Panel based on the social workers assessment of what is needed. This decision is then reviewed at least every six months to ensure the provision still meets the need of the child and their family.

Sunflowers are so easy to grow! Just plant sunflowers when the temperatures get warm—in the springtime or earlysummer!

Create a Fun Summer Fort for Kids!

A slow introduction is then planned, with your agreement, until a formal placement meeting takes place with your social worker for regular visits to be organised. Allocations

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