KIDS with mental health issues are watchful up to a year and a half to be treated, a government- report will exhibit next week.
Child and youth mental health services are raid by prolonged delays for diagnosis are deleterious the health of immature people with anxiety, basin and other conditions.
A Care Quality Commission (CQC) report seen by The Guardian will interpretation that when under-18s in England do get help from the NHS, it is “caring” but many of them confront problem once they are referred by their GP or a teacher at their school.
Experts at the CQC who wrote the report, due to be published next Friday, were astounded to find that accessing caring took so long.
Troubled kids can wait months after mention before their initial comment and then serve months before they start treatment.
The delays are reportedly heading some children to self mistreat as good as causing parental couples
A CQC orator said: “We have been tasked by the supervision to brand the strengths and weaknesses of the medical complement to support children and immature people’s mental health and help urge bargain of the pathways that they follow and the obstacles that they face.
“We will tell the first theatre of this thematic examination next week.”