Giving students a fast, secure and easy way to reach out for help.
A Student Support Desk provides vulnerable young people with a means of raising the alarm if they are struggling with anxiety issues and need professional help. Support providers can quickly and effectively assess needs and risk factors and manage their journey in a secure multi-agency environment.
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Replace paper-based forms
Your paper-based forms will be replaced by electronic alternatives, which saves time and enables the immediate secure storage of information.
Via E-CINS, you can produce reports that provide a range of useful information. These help leaders and analysts to identify trends.
Integrate with E-CINS
A management desk can automatically integrate with E-CINS. This is helpful when profiles need to be escalated for full case management.
Access on mobile
Forms can be completed via a mobile device or tablet, which removes the need to return back to your desk for administration.
Warning notices can be filtered automatically or manually on several criteria. These include mental health, drugs/drinks and age.
Create automatic referrals
Referrals can be triggered automatically based on certain criteria. For example, you may wish to create an automatic referral for young people.
Secure Electronic Forms
An efficient way to receive and manage referrals
Electronic public or practitioner-facing referral forms, accessed via a weblink, allow anyone to raise the alarm if they’re worried about a student or vulnerable young person who may need help.
Through a secure management desk Universities, Schools and support providers can manage and store this information and involve colleagues in other agencies to provide multi-agency, specialist support to a student they are working with.
Get help quickly
The encrypted referral forms are compatible with mobile and tablet devices and accessible via a weblink meaning students do not have to log in to complete.
With anxiety in university students reaching ‘alarming’ levels, this is an issue that is too important to ignore.
Student life can have a significant bearing on some individuals’ mental health and wellbeing. At the same time, they are moving between their homes and university. This means they may slip through the gaps in the health system when they are most vulnerable. By giving support teams access to the information they need, they can get the right help to a student much quicker.
Filtering and Automatic Referrals
Create detailed multi-partner reports without having to compile data from multiple systems.
The desk gives you the ability to filter warnings by a range of different criteria. For example, a practitioner may wish to identify the warnings relating to drink/drugs or mental health issues. In addition, the desk can automate a number of processes, such as referral to partner organisations. This means that you can trigger a visit automatically when a set criteria is met.
Produce reports and highlight trends
Many practitioners and analysts often have to battle with manual forms and several spreadsheets when trying to run reports. As the management desk dovetails neatly into E-CINS, reports are much more readily available. This not only saves time but it also improves accuracy by reducing human error.
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All of our products have been designed, developed and deployed using a ‘continuous improvement’ methodology. This means that you’ll receive updates at no additional cost.
Years of experience
Tried and tested
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RICHARD BELL AND SENIOR OFFICER JOHN WOOD / HMP STAFFORD’S RESETTLEMENT OFFICERS
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COUNCILLOR SARAH RUSSELL / DERBY CITY COUNCIL
An offender was being released from prison and my team had concerns that the offender would try to make contact with the victim, potentially affecting their safety. A PCSO made a note on E-CINS that the offender was due to be leaving prison within the next few days. We would not normally be privy to that information, but because it was flagged on the Victim’s profile, we were able to quickly contact the victim and hold a face to face meeting to assess the level of risk to them.
ANNABEL TATE / BRIGHTON & HOVE COUNCIL
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