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Successful work experience for students

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 17th July, 2017

Successful work experience for students

Two secondary school students spent last week with a variety of teams across the Trust. Will Whitehead, 16, from South Dartmoor Community College and Isaac Coven, 15, from Queen Elizabeth's School in Crediton met many different teams and learnt about the work we are doing. Will (right on photo) said: “Doing...

Mother and Baby Unit open evening

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News on 14th July, 2017

Mother and Baby Unit open evening

There are exciting new opportunities to come and work in the new Specialised Perinatal Mental Health Service Inpatient Mother and Baby Unit. Want to find out more? Then come and visit us at the Mother and Baby Unit open evening, Wednesday 19 July 2017, 5pm – 7pm, The Boardroom Wonford...

Consultation on specialised gender services

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 11th July, 2017

NHS England has launched a 12 week consultation on specialised gender identity services for adults (17 and above). The consultation was published on 7 July and is open until 30 September 2017. NHS England would like to hear people’s views on two proposed service specifications: one for how Gender Identity Clinics will...

Welcome to our new website!

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in News on 5th July, 2017

Welcome to our new website!

Welcome to our new website! We hope you find the new look, content and improved navigation useful. We would like to thank the people who use our services, carers, families and our staff for helping us to design and create our new site. The new site has many new features combining content,...

Generous donation helps to equip new Cedars gym

Posted by Devon Partnership Trust in Mental health, News, Recovery and wellbeing on 5th July, 2017

Generous donation helps to equip new Cedars gym

Occupational Therapy staff at The Cedars in Exeter have expressed their gratitude to David Lloyd Exeter after it generously donated equipment to improve what was available  in the gyms on the unit’s two wards. Occupational Therapist at The Cedars, Milly Ody, explains:  “Physical exercise is incredibly important to the people we support...