Category Archives: Parents & Carers What’s New

Positive Practice January 2018

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Health trust wins children and young people’s mental health innovation award A young people’s mental health service from local NHS trust CWP has been named ‘Innovator of the Year’ at this year’s National Children and Young People’s Mental Health Awards. …

#mymindmystory…… Hospital tinnngggg ……. Ethan’s story

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Hi, my name is Ethan at the age of 10,  I was diagnosed with brain cancer. At the time it did not mean a lot to me, to me it was just another adventure in my saga. I was not …

Safety online – Advice

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Over the last few years West Cheshire and Winsford Camhs have developed a positive working relationship with Cheshire Police’s Youth Engagement Officers, Safer Schools & Young Person`s Partnership. The monthly Safer Schools bulletin collated & emailed out by PC Liz Stanton is …

Wirral CAMHS Parent & Carer Involvement Group

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Welcome to the first blog about our new ‘Wirral CAMHS Parent & Carer Involvement Group’. The group met for the first time in August to discuss how the group will run and the sorts of activities parents/carers can get involved …

Update on the new Learning Disability CAMHS Pages for Mymind.org.uk

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The mymind team have joined forces with the 3 Learning Disability  (LD) CAMHS teams across the trust to begin developing specific pages aimed at families of children who may access our LD CAMHS teams. The first stage of the process …

LD CAMHS West advice session

Posted on by K.Gee

LD CAMHS run a monthly advice session, at either Dee Banks School (Chester) or Civic Way (Ellesmere Port). The next session will take place at Civic Way (Ellesmere Port) on: Thursday 26th March 2015, from 10am – 12 noon. These sessions will be to …

Christmas survival guide for parents

Posted on by MyMind Admin

Christmas can be an exciting time, but for some children with learning disabilities, who thrive on routine and predictability, the festive season can trigger disruption and an increase in challenging behaviour. Top Tips for Parents ‘PLAN’ the school holidays, especially Christmas …