Author: soliuk

NHS Struggling To Provide Mental Health Support

NHS services are struggling to keep up with unprecedented demand and backlogs. Analysis by the Royal College of Psychiatrists has found that the number of referrals for specialist NHS mental health care reached a record high in England by the end of 2021. During the whole year there were over 4 million referrals, with services […]

Small Screen Talent

Soli partners with Small Screen Talent to support their young performers. We are delighted to launch our first partnership in the world of screen acting, teaming up with Small Screen Talent. They are a unique weekend TV acting academy and agency for young performers. Founded by award-winning actor and mental health advocate, Ross Adams, their […]

Soli for Business

Soli for Business ensures that your business runs at an optimal level of productivity. Did you know that for every £1 spent on mental health prevention and recovery, £10 is saved through reduced sick leave? There is, however, one thing that is often missed when discussing health and wellbeing in the workplace – the children. […]

Eccles Embraces Mental Health

We are delighted to partner with Eccles Rugby Club to provide wellbeing support. At Eccles RFC, they recognise the disruption caused by Covid-19 and have a commitment to nurturing the whole child. They want their members to grow as people, as well as players, upholding the values of rugby union, building their self-esteem and lifelong friendships […]

Soli for Schools

Soli for Schools ensures that students get the help they need as soon as they need it. No child should feel like they aren’t being listened to. We support schools directly to make sure the referral system is simple and stress free. Young people often find themselves on seemingly never-ending waiting lists which can be […]


We work in partnership with organisations to offer specialist SEN/SEMH support. We believe that it is more important than ever before for organisations working with young people to offer SEN/SEMH services to their students. However, we also understand that it isn’t always feasible for such organisations to manage their own pastoral care. That’s where we […]

The Starfish Story

One person pointed us to The Starfish Story, as she thought it fit with our ethos. It can sometimes feel a little overwhelming when you think about how many young people there are in the UK. There are over 20,000 schools which have a combined total of over 7,000,000 students. Add to that the fact […]