One of my colleagues at the Charlie Waller Trust has asked me to circulate details of this project. It is a chance for young people age 14 – 20 to give feedback on their experiences of in patient care in the CAMHS setting in the last two years.
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Message from Liz Neill:
I’m hoping you can support our engagement work this Autumn to help shape NHS England’s Quality Improvement Taskforce for Children and Young People’s Mental Health, Learning Disability and Autism Inpatient Services
Common Room are working with NHS England to reach out to young people and hear from them about their experiences. Over the coming months we will be engaging in various ways to inform a range of different Taskforce projects focussed on improving CAMHS inpatient care. We’ll be facilitating online workshops, interviews and potentially face to face visits to units.
We are keen to reach young people who you work with – who you think would like to be involved. We are looking for young people with experience of inpatient services who might want to talk to us in ways that suit them. Please can you promote this link directly to young people who might be suitable to take part.
Attached is a flyer you may want to share. Additionally, we are keen to make links with those working in participation with young people in inpatient services – who can email me directly for a chat about how they might support the project. Thanks so much in advance for your help and we look forward to hearing from you and hopefully young people you work with. If you have any questions, do get in touch.