East of England Regional Parent-Infant Event

2 February 2022 9:30am – 11:30amGMT (+00:00)
Virtual (Microsoft Teams)

The 1001 critical days refer to the period between a child’s conception until their second birthday, a period  which has critical influence in a child’s life. ‘The case for action during our babies’ first 1001 days, is compelling. Healthy early development, supported by nurturing care and good relationships, makes it more likely that children will have happy, healthy futures and achieve their potential’, Parent-Infant Foundation.

We know that commissioning arrangements across the country and region vary greatly therefore, the Regional Mental Health Team have been working on a project with Associate Development Solutions mapping the regional provision of specialist Parent-Infant Mental Health Services available.

The purpose of the work has been to understand the current picture of parent-infant mental health interventions and therapies across the East of England, comparing with National guidance and evidence-base in order to inform future commissioning decisions.

We have worked with provider and commissioner colleagues and would like to invite you to attend our event on 2nd February 9.30-11.30 where we will share the report findings along with presentations from specialist providers and the Parent-Infant Foundation. We strongly urge CYP & perinatal commissioners as well as providers to attend, but extend the invitation to other services with interest/involvement with the 0-3 mental health pathway.

Questions about this event?

Name: Avery Adams

Email: avery.adams@nhs.net

Telephone: 07783816338

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