Survey highlights gap in provision for babies and infant mental health

Catherine Gaunt
Saturday, June 5, 2021

Babies and toddlers are often overlooked in mental health provision for children, according to a new report, which suggests that only half of CAMHS services accept referrals for children aged two and under.

Babies and toddlers are often forgotten in children and young people's mental health services, according to the Parent-Infant Foundation PHOTO Adobe Stock
Babies and toddlers are often forgotten in children and young people's mental health services, according to the Parent-Infant Foundation PHOTO Adobe Stock

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