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Feedback on digital app

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 9th December, 2022

Feedback on digital app

We would like to interview people about how they play Lumi Nova, to help with our evaluation of the game. The interview is online and should take no more than one hour. If you have played Lumi Nova and you would like to volunteer to be interviewed, please contact Julie Burns...

Abseilers supporting our charity this Saturday

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Charity, News on 8th December, 2022

Abseilers supporting our charity this Saturday

On Saturday 10 December we have 12 brave people taking on the 65ft abseil tower at Haven Banks Outdoor Education Centre in Exeter. Together they have raised over £1,000 which will enable the DPT Charity to enhance our services for patients and staff. With access to charitable funds it has enabled us to...

Mental health support space opens at school in Torquay

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News, Recovery and wellbeing on 5th December, 2022

Mental health support space opens at school in Torquay

On Tuesday 10 November, pupils from Torre CofE Academy in Torquay were excited to celebrate the grand opening of ‘The Sanctuary’. Thanks to a grant from the Benefact Trust (formerly the All Churches Trust) and generous donations from families from the school, local businesses and the community, the school has erected...

Seasonal Self-Care – virtual workshops from the Devon Wellbeing Hub

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News, Recovery and wellbeing on 2nd December, 2022

Seasonal Self-Care – virtual workshops from the Devon Wellbeing Hub

Practicing self-care is vitally important, especially when your job involves caring for others. At the Devon Wellbeing Hub, we know that during the festive season it can be even harder to make time for ourselves and our wellbeing. Christmas can be a joyous occasion, but we also recognise it can...

CAMHS Equality Champions: Invisible Disabilities ‘issues faced when parking’

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, News on 24th November, 2022

CAMHS Equality Champions raising awareness of invisible disabilities. In our latest piece to raise awareness of invisible disabilities, one of our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) young advisors who has myalgic encephalomyelitis (ME) or chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), discusses some of the issues surrounding parking in a disabled bay...

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