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Figure 20: Parents’ views on support received during their child’s treatment

HSC Trusts

Parents who feel Parents who do not

supported

feel supported

Belfast 100% 0%

Northern 80% 20%

South Eastern 87.5% 12.5%

Southern 70% 30%

Western 100% 0%

Table 13: Support breakdown per HSC Trust area

Parent’s Comments

“Yes, staff are always

willing to listen and talk.”

“Yes, I always felt I could

contact them if we had particular

problems.”

“Yes - all the CAMHS team have been very supportive.

They really listen to where we are coming from/about

our worries."

Parents' View On A Beneficial CAMH Service

Parents were asked if they felt that their child had benefited from the

services/treatment that they received from CAMHS. Across the five trusts 95

per cent of responses (35) indicated that parents felt that their children had

benefited from involvement with CAMHS.

It should be noted that 100 per cent of responses from the Belfast, Northern,

Southern and Western trusts felt that they had benefited. Only one of the 11

parents in the South Eastern trust area did not find CAMHS beneficial.

Trust Name (Total no. of

participants per Trust

BHSCT (5)

NHSCT (8)

SHSCT (9)

SEHSCT (11)

WHSCT (8)

0 20 40 60 80 100

Percentage

Benefited from CAMHS

Did not benefit from

CAMHS

Figure 21: Parents’ views on how whether their child had benefited from

CAMHS treatment

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