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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....

Children in Devon asked their hopes for post-COVID-19 future

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, News on 5th May, 2021

Children in Devon are being asked to tell the government about their experiences of the coronavirus pandemic and hopes for the future. It's called 'The Big Ask' survey, and is being led by the Children's Commissioner for England, Dame Rachel de Souza.  The survey will be the largest consultation with children in England and hopes to...

Children’s Mental Health Week

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, News on 1st February, 2021

Children’s Mental Health Week

Our Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) is delighted to support Children's Mental Health Week this year, held from 1-7  February. The theme this year is Express Yourself. Expressing yourself is about finding ways to share feelings, thoughts, or ideas, through creativity. This could be through art, music, writing and poetry, dance...

Devon Partnership NHS Trust research studies feature in Monthly NIHR Bulletin

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, Research on 29th January, 2021

The NIHR (National Institute for Health Research) Clinical Research Network South West Peninsula give updates regarding NIHR CRN research in Cornwall, Devon and Somerset, and in the January issue, have included updates on two studies recently opened by the Research and Development team at Devon Partnership NHS Trust. The two Child and...

Feedback about your experience of CAMHS services wanted

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, Mental health, News on 25th September, 2020

The South West Provider Collaborative (SWPC) would like the help of young people and parent carers with the development of a CAMHS participation strategy for the South West of England. They are seeking feedback about your experience of CAMHS crisis on inpatient services One of the things young people and their families say is...