Solihull Metropolitan Borough Council and Solihull Clinical Commissioning Group.

Proposed changes to emotional wellbeing and mental health services for children and young people in Solihull from April 2015.

The following questions are best answered once the consultation document has been fully read. This can be found on the web page - first bullet point.

This consultation closes 29 June 2014.

If you have any queries please contact Ben Lewing, Strategic Commissioner for Children and Families on blewing@solihull.gov.uk

* 1. Do you agree with the rationale for change to the current arrangements?

* 2. What other issues should Solihull CCG and the Council take into account?

* 3. The main changes proposed are listed below. Please rate them for importance to you.

  Not important A little important Important Quite important Very Important
Multi-agency training
Emotional wellbeing awareness campaigns to reduce stigma
Primary mental health service
Information for families and practitioners about what services are available
A wider range of specialist therapies
Specialist support available outside of working hours
Services for looked after and adopted children integrated within primary and secondary mental health services
Infant mental health service
Parenting programmes
Support for young people in transition beyond the age of 18
A consistent way of measuring the difference that services make, and collecting customer feedback

* 4. Solihull CCG and Solihull Council are particularly concerned that the new arrangements will be effective for young people in transition to adulthood. Do you think that the proposals will make a difference to the experience of support for young people in their late teens and their families

* 5. Please comment further on Q4.

* 6. What role should Educational Psychology play in the new arrangements, particularly a primary mental health service?

* 7. Do you think that the proposed new arrangements will be more effective in meeting the needs of children, young people and families in Solihull?

* 8. What other issues should Solihull CCG and the Council take into account with reference to Q7?

* 9. Please tell us a little about yourself:

Gender

* 10. Please tell us a little about yourself:

Age (yrs):

* 11. Please tell us a little about yourself:

Ethnicity:

* 12. Please tell us a little about yourself:

Are you:

* 13. Have you (or someone you look after) ever used mental health services for children and young people in Solihull?

* 14. If you would like to be involved further in the changes to emotional wellbeing and mental health services in Solihull please put your name and email address below.

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