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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...

Young people share their experience of CAMHS in new films

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, Mental health, News on 17th November, 2022

Young people share their experience of CAMHS in new films

We are proud to showcase two short films created with the help of the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) team. The team were looking to find ways to reach out to people and encourage them to seek help after three young people took their own lives. Working together with...

Sal Aziz skydives to support and raise money for CAMHS

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, Charity, News on 10th November, 2022

Sal Aziz skydives to support and raise money for CAMHS

In September Sal Aziz, Personal Assistant at Devon Partnership NHS Trust, took on a 15,000ft tandem skydive and raised £416 for our DPT Charity to support Children and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS). Sal said, “I skydived to raise money for CAMHS to allow the service to do wonderful things for our...

CAMHS Equality Champions: Invisible Disabilities 'Long COVID'

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, Mental health, News on 12th July, 2022

In our latest piece to raise awareness of invisible disabilities we discuss Long COVID and the impact this has on people. There are a range of symptoms for Long COVID that are similar to those with Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME) and chronic fatigue; this short film explains the similarities and offers...

What Is Ableism and how does it affect those with invisible disabilities?

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in CAMHS, Mental health, News on 25th March, 2022

For the latest piece in raising awareness of the Invisible Disabilities Project, we hear from Helena, Children and Mental Health Service (CAMHS) Young Advisor, and Louise, CAMHS Parent/ Carer Advisor, who have collaborated to discuss 'Ableism'. You will also hear from Raelene, a parent of an autistic child suffering with...

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