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For schools, youth workers and workers in the community CAMHS posters and glossary

Posters and a glossary to help the people in your service feel more informed about their rights, and understand the language used in CAMHS.

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Community support, Schools, Youth workers

This resource covers:

A mental health glossary which gives you a run down of the most common terms used in CAMHS and information posters for young people and parents about their rights when it comes to confidentiality, making complaints and how much they can be involved in their care.

If you are a professional in CAMHS, you could put these posters up in your service so everyone can feel more informed about their rights.

Taking control, having your say poster


  • Our 'Taking control, having your say' information poster.
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Whatever your age, it's your information poster


  • Our 'whatever your age, it's your information, so it's your choice' information poster.
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Giving feedback and making complaints poster


  • Our 'Something not right? Give feedback and making complaints about your service' information poster.
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CAMHS glossary poster


  • Front cover of our resource 'speaking the same language on mental health'.
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