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IMHAW21 – Key organisations pledge to include infants in children and young people’s mental health

10 June 2021

The Parent-Infant Foundation is delighted to announce that national charities including NSPCC, Home-Start UK and the Children’s Commissioner in Northern Ireland have all pledged their support to include infants and made an important commitment to adopt the language of “infant, children and young people’s mental health”. The Foundation launched its ‘Including Infants Pledge’ this week…

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IMHAW21 – The Parent-Infant Foundation writes to Nadine Dorries, Minister for Mental Health

08 June 2021

As part of this year’s Infant Mental Health Awareness Week, and our core message to include infants in children and young people’s mental health, The Parent-Infant Foundation has written a letter to Nadine Dorries, Minister for Mental Health. The letter highlights findings of our new research, which has shown that there are big gaps in…

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IMHAW21 – New survey finds ‘baby blindspot’ in children and young people’s mental health provision

04 June 2021

As part of this year’s Infant Mental Health Awareness Week (7-13 June), The Parent-Infant Foundation is highlighting huge and concerning gaps in mental health services for babies and toddlers. The Foundation is sharing results of an online workforce survey which shows that infants are too often overlooked and neglected in children and young people’s mental…

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