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How to refer to national deaf CAMHS

National Deaf CAMHS - Inpatient Service (Corner House)

Corner House is a six-bed national specialist assessment and treatment unit for deaf children and adolescents aged between 8 and 18, with severe complex emotional and psychological problems.

Referrals can be made by a range of services including CAMHS, paediatricians, audiologists, social services, schools, GP's and national deaf outreach service.

We encourage telephone contact to discuss potential referrals. Following this a referral form is completed and sent via post / fax or secure e-mail to the unit.

The unit is commissioned by NHS England and referrals are accepted from within the UK. For referrals outside England funding will need to be agreed with the local team prior to admission.

National Deaf CAMHS - Community and outpatient service (London)

Children can be referred by anyone in  contact with the child, such as a teacher, social worker, GP or the parents themselves.

However, a referral can only be made if the parent or guardian is fully aware of the referral and has given their consent.

We encourage telephone contact to discuss potential referrals. Following this a referral form is completed and sent to the address at the top of the form.

National Deaf CAMHS - Community and outpatient service (Cambridge/East of England)

Children can be referred by anyone who has contact with the child, such as a teacher, social worker, GP or the parents themselves.

However, a referral can only be made if the parent or guardian is fully aware of the referral and has given their consent.

We encourage telephone contact to discuss potential referrals. Following this a referral form is completed and sent to the address at the top of the form

National Deaf CAMHS - Community and outpatient service (Kent)

Children can be referred by anyone who has contact with the child, such as a teacher, social worker, GP or the parents themselves.

However, a referral can only be made if the parent or guardian is fully aware of the referral and has given their consent.

We encourage telephone contact to discuss potential referrals. Following this a referral form is completed and sent to the address at the top of the form

 

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