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Survey on the impact of COVID-19 on CAMHS services

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, Mental health, News on 16th September, 2021

We are interested in hearing about your experiences of receiving support from Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) through online platforms instead of face-to-face. These views will be very important in helping us to understand the best ways to provide helpful services in the future, after COVID-19. There are 20...

Meet Robin Tay, CAMHS participation worker

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, Mental health, News, Research on 15th September, 2021

Meet Robin Tay, CAMHS participation worker

Robin Tay, CAMHS Participation Worker, describes his experiences of leading young people’s involvement in the CAMHS Research, Audit and Evaluation (CRAE) Group. Robin comments: “Young people have been involved in the CRAE group since it was formed in 2018 and, as a Participation Worker, I have supported and encouraged their input....

Youth Mental Health Day 2021

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, News on 7th September, 2021

Youth Mental Health Day 2021

Today is Youth Mental Health Day, a day hosted by Stem4, a charity that promotes positive mental health in teenagers and those who support them.  Youth Mental Health Day encourages understanding and discussion of mental health in young people, enabling them to live happy and healthy lives all year round.  Each year, the day...

Youth Mental Health Day - Liv's story

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, News on 3rd September, 2021

Youth Mental Health Day - Liv's story

As part of Youth Mental Health Day, Liv, who has used our CAMHS service, talks about the things she found difficult during COVID-19, how health professionals can help and why it's important for young people to talk about mental health. The things that I found most challenging about lockdown and COVID-19 restrictions...

CAMHS Equality Champions raise awareness of invisible disabilities

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, Carers, Mental health, News on 27th May, 2021

Invisible disabilities, also known as hidden disabilities, are disabilities that are not apparent straight away. This can lead to misunderstandings, false perceptions and judgements. Everyone is different, and every disability affects people differently. 1 in 5 of the UK population are disabled and 80% of these people have a hidden disability....

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