Families' struggle to get mental health care for their children highlighted in report

A Family Voice Surrey report highlights the struggle many Surrey families experience trying to get treatment for their children’s mental health conditions by CAMHS (Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service). The research, carried out between June and October, included 96 responses to a detailed survey and in-depth interviews with parent carers. Recommendations have been accepted by Surrey County Council's Children & Health Select Committee and raised with Surrey's cabinet. Findings include: Two thirds said the referral process was ok/good, but this concealed a more complex picture with parent carers needing to find supportive professionals and often having to escalate referrals as their ch

Have your say: your recent experiences of Surrey SEND services

StartFragment Our annual satisfaction survey, asking for the experiences of parent carers in Surrey of local SEND services, is now open for 2017. Here are four reasons why taking the survey will be 10 minutes well spent: 1. Evidence from this survey helps us push for changes with the local authority. 2. This is the fourth year we have run this survey. This means we can see, year on year, whether the changes the local authority is making are making a difference to you and your family. 3. Evidence from this survey will particularly help us to see whether there has been a change in people's experiences a year on from the Ofsted/CQC inspection 4. The survey is also your chance to tell us whet

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