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Refer to us

  • A mental health condition where referral to a specialist Child & Adolescent Mental health Service (CAMHS) is appropriate - with a Children's Global Assessment Scale (CGAS) Score of 50 or below.


  • A severe or profound hearing loss, or BSL as their preferred/first language, or a significant language impairment related to moderate to profound hearing loss.

If a hearing child has a parent who is a British Sign Language user, or has severe or profound hearing loss, the service will consider an assessment.

Referrals are to be made by professionals with parental agreement.