Anne Main calls for better link up between CAMHS and schools

20th March 2017

Anne Main calls for a better link up between Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services (CAMHS) and schools to help manage conditions such as autism and enable children who have autism to easily access curricular and extracurricular activities. 

Parents who have children with autism have told me that they have great difficulty accessing curricular and extracurricular activities. What more can be done to link up CAMHS and schools to ensure that there is a crossover of information so that these conditions can be managed better?

 

As I said in the answer I just gave to the hon. Member for Barrow and Furness (John Woodcock), we are working with NHS England and CAMHS to make sure that they can better support and work alongside schools through a single point of contact, so that they can not only spread knowledge and good practice but make quicker referrals to the more specialist services when necessary. There is a strong commitment from the Government in this area, supported by the Prime Minister, and we intend to make good progress.

 

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