RQIA Independent Review of Child and Adolescent Mental Health ...


RQIA Independent Review of Child and Adolescent Mental Health ...

felt well informed about the services and treatment their child was receiving.

The Belfast, Northern and Western trusts had 100 per cent of responses

indicating that they were kept well informed.

Figure 19: Parents’ views on the information received about CAMHS



Felt well informed

Did not feel well informed

HSC Trusts

Parents who felt well Parents who did not


feel well informed

Belfast 100% 0%

Northern 100% 0%

South Eastern 60% 40%

Southern 75% 25%

Western 100% 0%

Table 12: Information breakdown per HSC Trust area

Parent’s Comments

“Yes, very good indeed. The quality of

the care delivered was first-class.”

“Yes - attended all appointments with

my son and was very well informed.”

“Very much so.

We are informed

weekly regarding

care planning.”


The vast majority of parents who participated in the consultation indicated that

they felt very much supported during their child’s treatment. Across the five

trusts 87 per cent of parents indicated that they felt supported as parents

during their child’s treatment.


Felt supported

Felt unsupported



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