What is voting – easy read
If you are over 18 years old you may be able to vote. You must register to vote in order to vote! The people that run the country are called politicians. Politicians are elected and are usually part of a political party who agree on how the country should be run. They are also known as Members of Parliament (MP). Politicians are able […]
Why are the doors locked – easy read
When you are admitted to inpatient services a member of staff will discuss locked doors with you. This information will tell you: why doors are locked which doors may be locked Why are the doors locked? Doors are locked to keep you and others safe If you need a door to be unlocked, ask a […]
Why we ask you questions about you?
The Equality Act is a law about treating people fairly and equally. It says that the Trust must make sure that everyone can use its services.
Work placement officer – Scarborough, Whitby, Ryedale
The work placement officer provides advice, guidance and assessment to adults (aged 18 to 65 years) receiving secondary mental health services who are seeking employment or help them in retaining employment.
Working with spirituality
Spirituality is not about a particular set of activities or interventions, but something which runs through the core of everything we need to consider in our provision of care.
Yorkshire and Humber forensic child and adolescent mental health services (FCAMHS)
The service is commissioned by NHS England as part of the children and young peoples mental health transformation programme.
Young onset dementia specialists – Teesside
Dementia is a general term for a range of disorders that cause physical changes to the brain. This progressive deterioration may affect a person's memory, personality, behaviour, concentration, reasoning, learning and understanding.
Your CAMHS Team
Child and adolescent mental health services, working with children and young people from 0-18 years