Care Doncaster Deaf Trust Childrens Homes Doncaster Deaf Trust Children's Homes provides residential care 52 weeks of the year for school children needing weekly or term-time accommodation while they study at Doncaster School for the Deaf. Read more About the home About us Our Background Statement of Purpose Childrens Guide Admissions to the home Meet the Staff Living in Care Education Facilities Leisure & Recreation Deaf Provision Daily Routine Independent living program Family Contact Childrens rights and voices, wishes and feelings LAC and annual reviews,Transition and Leaving care Specialist Provisions Audiology Dentist, Doctors and Opticians Mental Health and Counsellling Nursing Staff Safeguarding, Policies and Procedures Safeguarding Information Safeguarding Policy Missing Persons Policy Additional Policies Ofsted Information and Reports Newsletters Mental Health & Counsellling Mental Health National Deaf Children, Young People and Family Service (Deaf CAMHS) Doncaster Deaf Trust Children’s Homes has forged close links with the National Deaf Children, Young People and Family Service (CAMHS). The service invoves a multi-disciplinary team of health professionals experienced in supporting children, their families and the care staff who look after them, and who provide guidance and advice on dealing with mental health issues, including emotional and behavioural difficulties. CAMHS works closely with the Trust and provide support, advice and theraputic intervention when needed. Counselling The Trust provides a confidential counselling service for all its residents aged 16 and over. This can be accessed after a staff member’s referral or by the young person themselves. The counselling service also provides a ‘drop in’ service where young people can find out more and/or self refer. For those under 16 years, the school nurse or care staff can make direct referals to CAMHS or other outside professional agencies.