mental health

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School, bullying and mental health

School. Some of us fondly remember our days in school as ‘some of the best days of our lives’. School ...
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Mair Elliott, Cerebra the charity for families of children with brain conditions

The long-term effects of unreliable, inconsistent support in CAMHS

Unreliable and inconsistent support from CAMHS "When we discuss the high staff turnover, lack of reliable support, and other issues ...
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Cerebra and Cardiff University collaborate to advance support available to families

Hello, I’m Lowri and I’m really happy to be joining Cerebra to work on an exciting and new Welsh Government ...
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Improving the mental health of children with brain conditions

We are launching a new project to help families of children with brain conditions access timely and appropriate mental health ...
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Knowledge Transfer Partnership success!

We are delighted to announce that we have been successful in our Knowledge Transfer Partnership (KTP) bid with the Institute ...
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How to look after yourself

We know from research that parents of children with a learning disability can be twice as likely to experience high ...
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Autism and mental health – one family’s journey

"My daughter, Mair, is autistic with severe and enduring mental health difficulties. She was diagnosed with autism 6 years ago ...
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Working to improve children’s mental health

We are working on a joint funding bid with the Institute of Psychological Medicine and Clinical Neurosciences, Cardiff University for ...
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Learning disabilities: Identifying and managing mental health problems

The role of the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) is to improve outcomes for people using the ...
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Autism and Mental Illness: a Teenager’s Perspective

Mair Elliott Mair Elliot shares her experience of living with both a mental illness and Autism. "Since 14 years old ...
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