a screening tool to assess risks that can be used for all adolescents. HEADSS assessment unless the adolescent specifically gives permission, or asks for it. HEADSS Adolescent Psychosocial Assessment. Scope (Staff): School health. Scope (Area): CACH, WACHS. This document should be read in conjunction with . HEADSSS ASSESSMENT: RISK AND PROTECTIVE FACTORS. Page 1 of 1. Decision suPPort for clinicians the recommendations in this publication do not.
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Engaging with and assessing the adolescent patient See also Inpatient Consultation form Adolescent Medicine PDF Transition to adult healthcare provider Adolescent Gynaecology- lower abdominal pain Adolescent gynaecology- menorrhagia Anorexia nervosa Background Adolescent health care recognises the young person’s growing autonomy coupled with the diminishing role of the parent in promoting health and well being.
Young people have the legal right to confidential health care unless:. Get the young person to introduce who they have come with. Also ask about how use is financed and about negative consequences.
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It is generally accepted that most young people over 16 are capable of giving their own informed consent. Presence and ueadss feeling down or sad headsd well as current feelings eg. Infoxchange Service Seeker To find more Local community support services eg local doctor, dentist, counselling services, drug and alcohol services.
Service for young people between the ages of 12 – 21 Brunswick St, Fitzroy Ph: Whilst adolescents are generally healthy, psychosocial issues and risk-taking behaviour figure prominently as causes of morbidity and mortality.
Explain hdadss the consultation will involve some time with the parent s and young person and some time with the young person alone. No appointment required, for people aged years.
Not all young people are at the same stage of development in the key areas of physical, cognitive and psychosocial development, despite being similarly aged. Suicide risk- thoughts, attempts, plans, means and hopes for future. Engaging with and assessing the adolescent patient. State government mental health services in Victoria are region-based.
Encourage young people over the age of 15 to obtain their own Medicare card by filling out the requisite paperwork from a Medicare office. Where new problems present in patients aged 17 years and over the patient should be guided to seek alternative adult services.
Physical complaints are commonly connected to psychosocial issues. RCH Mental Health Service Intake provides initial triage, referral, case management first appointment and an information service. Service for young people between the ages of 12 – Monday to Friday, pm: Introduce yourself and explain your role.
Self-harm- thoughts and actions. Melbourne Sexual Health Centre Free, confidential, anonymous, sexual health service Walk-in system, Monday-Friday, best to arrive between 8.
A respectful and non judgmental approach should be used. Monday to Friday 12pm to 5 pm.
Eating Disorders Victoria Support, information, heacss education and advocacy for people with eating disorders and their families in Victoria. Whilst it is important to gain trust and empathy, be vigilant of professional boundaries.
Clinical Practice Guidelines : Engaging with and assessing the adolescent patient
Those younger, may sometimes be considered mature minors. For young people who engage in significant health risk behaviours express concern and then ask asssesment if they are willing to change their lives hradss are interested in learning more about ways to deal with their problems. Give positive feedback for the things that are going well, as positive reinforcement goes a long way toward improving self esteem and cementing a positive, trusting relationship with the young person.
Where possible the main focus of management should be on short term goals. Having taken a psychosocial history, consider adolescent health concerns in terms of risk and protective factors.
This then leads to a discussion of potential follow up and therapeutic interventions. The Royal Children’s Hospital Melbourne. This group of aassessment rarely access routine health care, so any visit to a healthcare provider gives an opportunity to assess and explore a broad range of issues.